People: Jun. 6, 1927

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

James John Davis (U. S. Secretary of Labor) addressed graduating high-school students at Follansbee, W. Va., where he once worked in a steel mill. He declared that because of his love for the "the romance of steel he would return to his old job—but for being a member of the Cabinet.

William Lyon Phelps (professor-critic) wrote in his department, As I Like It, in June Scribner's magazine: ". . . Sometimes in solitude I explode with laughter; sometimes I wake up in...

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