People: Apr. 2, 1928

"Names make news." Last week the following names made the following news:

Newton Diehl Baker, dark, clean-shaven, fond of classics and gardening, eloquent in speech, did lawful battle in a Cincinnati courtroom with Charles Evans Hughes, fair, bushy of beard, fond of animals, deliberate in speech. Mr. Hughes was attorney for Mrs. Josephine Scripps, of Miramar, Calif., who was suing for at least $6,000,000 of the estate of the late E. W. Scripps, founder of the Scripps-Howard chain of newspapers. Mr. Baker was representing the defendant, Robert Paine Scripps, trustee of the estate....

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