Last week died tall, drawling Federal District Judge Henry De Lamar
Clayton, 72, for 17 years a Representative from Alabama. His name, like
Sherman's, Volstead's and Mann's, will be remembered when its bearer
is forgotten. During his four year chairmanship of the important House
Judiciary Committee he wrote the famed Clayton Act, climax of U. S.
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