On this day in 1937, Ernest Hemingway bared his hairy chest, then pulled open the shirt of critic, Max Eastman, to expose his unhairy one. Hemingway demanded "What do you mean accusing me of impotence?" and then wrestled Eastman to the floor in the Scribner's office of their mutual editor, Max Perkins. Being a gentleman, Perkins then exposed his chest as well.
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