U.S. At War: Senate's New Faces

To the Senate next January will go nine new Republicans and two new Democrats. The Republicans:

Clayton Douglass Buck, 52, Delaware, a shy, reserved engineer, banker and gentleman farmer who has been called Delaware's "least-known prominent citizen." A descendant of one of the State's oldest families, a relative of the Du Ponts by marriage, he has made a career of public service: in the State Highway Department for nine years, as Governor for eight.

Homer Ferguson, 53, Michigan, a jurist-investigator who has become Detroit's symbol of civic virtue (see p. 18).

Albert Wahl Hawkes,...

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