People, Oct. 10, 1932

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

William Randolph Hearst, 69. took a room in Cleveland Clinic Hospital (fifth floor) with great secrecy, had a "minor operation'' performed by Dr. George Washington Crile.

Douglas Douglas-Hamilton, Marquess of Douglas & Clydesdale, able boxer, was chosen leader of a British expedition to attempt an airplane flight over world's-highest Mt. Everest (29.141 ft.) this month.

Two Amherst graduates attending a radio conference at Madrid held an Amherst dinner, sent a long cable to Amherst's

Calvin Coolidge asking for a message, explaining his reply would cost...

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