People, Mar. 23, 1931

"Names make news." Last week the following names made the following news: In Evanston, Ill., dancer Mariana Michalska (Gilda Gray) was enlisted to boost ticket sales for Northwestern Uni- versity's senior ball. A band played. Dancer Gray pranced. Northwesterners bought three tickets, suggested she take off her coat. She fled.

Albert Frederick Arthur George, Duke of York, two inspectors of police, several sergeants, 30 uniformed constables and unnumbered plain clothes men met Spain's King Alfonso XIII in Victoria Station, warmly welcomed him to England. To foil any would-be bombers, Alfonso's coach had been...

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