People: Mar. 24, 1930

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

Queen Mary Of England visited "The Anchor," London model saloon operated by Rev. Basil Jellicoe (TIME, Oct. 28), cousin of Admiral Sir John Rushworth Jellicoe (Battle of Jutland hero). The barman showed her how to draw a clear brew, demonstrated the beer pump. Emerging, said she: "I think it is a splendid place. It is so cozy and homely. I enjoyed myself tremendously."

Primo Camera, whopping big Italian fisticuffer, denied that he would marry a Miss Emelia Tersini of London. His manager...

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