National Affairs: Political Notes: Mar. 31, 1923

Leaving Congress does not necessarily mean leaving the Capitol. Senator Gilbert M. Hitchcock of Nebraska walked out of the Senate chamber at the last session, but will re-enter in December through the door of the press gallery. As correspondent of his newspaper, The Omaha World-Herald, he will report the debates in which he will no longer participate. The Democratic National Committee has its lighter moments. In an official bulletin for the week of March 24 it commented on the prospective Republican campaign in 1924: "Charles D. Hillis, of New York, is reported to...

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