People: Sep. 12, 1927

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

President Dr. Paul von Beneckendorff und von Hindenburg, 80, trudged back to Dietramszell, his summer home in the Bavarian Alps, after three days of successful chamois shooting on the foggy crags nearby.

Field Marshal August von Mack-ensen, 78, reviewed at Potsdam, Germany, veterans of German wars with Denmark, Austria and France (men 77 to 93 years old), dined with them, read to them a telegram from their onetime Emperor Wilhelm II: "The glorious fruits of these wars are now unhappily destroyed by...

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