People: Nov. 29, 1926

Had they been interviewed, some people who figured in last week's news might have related certain of their doings as follows:

William Sowden Sims, retired Rear Admiral: "Sitting peacefully in my home at Newport, R. I., last week, I was startled by a sudden crash at a window beside me. I leaped to my feet, ready for the worst. Upon the floor amid jagged splinters of glass lay a hawk as big as a Rhode Island

Red.* She was stunned. My fiery demeanor became compassionate. Gently I lifted her to the windowsill. Soon she regained...

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