People, Apr. 4, 1932

"Names make news." Last week these names made this news:

William Henry Cardinal O'Connell. Archbishop of Boston, who lately flayed radio jazz and "crooners" (TIME, Jan. 18), broadcast over NBC in Boston an introduction to a scheduled program of Easter music from the Vatican. At the end of his remarks the transatlantic radio blared forth not the Vatican choir but, thanks to a studio mixup in Rome, an Italian band torturing U. S. jazz.

In the library of his Manhattan home, dressed and ready for dinner, John Pierpont Morgan sat down at a flat-topped desk,...

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