People: Nov. 24, 1930

"Names make news."

Last week the following names made the following news:

Tom Watson, 13, brother of Mrs. Herbert Hoover Jr.,* was in a trolleycar crash in San Francisco. Caught in the wreckage, he urged rescuers first to extricate Motorman Arthur K. Anderson. Said he: "I am all right. I am a Boy Scout." His leg was crushed, amputated. To go to Stanford University, to become a football star had been his ambition.

The American Academy of Arts & Letters opened a new wing of its Manhattan building, met (50 academicians) with 18 delegates from...

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