IRELAND: McGuinness Got Around

What happened to McGuinness was a subject better left undiscussed. A censor slashed his name from a Dail report. No more than a hundred men in Ireland knew last week that Captain Charles McGuinness of the Marine Corps was in quod.

Patriot, adventurer and scalawag, McGuinness has run rum into the U.S., guns into Ireland for the I.R.A. and into Morocco for the Riffs. In the days of the Trouble he rescued Frank Carty, now government whip, from Londonderry jail, later accompanied Admiral Byrd to the South Pole.

Built like a barge, sullen-faced and stormy-eyed, McGuinness was just the man for...

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