People, Feb. 13, 1933

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

Famed Historian David Saville Muzzey compiled a list of 50 citizens who "on a basis of their contributions to public life" would find prominence in U. S. history books of 1983. Only woman listed: Authoress Edith Wharton. Reconsidering, he mentioned Social Worker Jane Addams. Omitted "advisedly" was Calvin Coolidge.

Said Archeologist James Henry Breasted, 67, as he sailed with Mrs. Breasted to inspect twelve units of Chicago's Oriental Institute diggers in the Near East: "It makes you feel utterly insignificant to dig and find...

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