People: May 16, 1927

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

Herbert Bayard Swope (executive editor of the New York World) and Mrs. Swope had their noses broken, needed surgical stitching, when their motor was sideswiped by an oncoming motor that edged over to the wrong side of Central Ave., Yonkers. The Swope chauffeur and Colyumist Heywood Broun of the World were uninjured in the front seat. Three days later the New York Triplex Safety Glass Co. Inc. shrewdly published an advertisement in the New York...

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