People, Nov. 7, 1932

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

The Boston American received, published this letter:

"I never heard of any proposal that I should be president of New York University until I received your wire.

"If your newspaper men would state each time that my name is proposed for some position that there is no foundation for the report you would always be right, and it would save me no end of trouble and correspondence.

"Calvin Coolidge"

Betty Gow, nurse of the late Charles Augustus Lindbergh Jr., returned from Glasgow to become nurse of recently...

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