People, Mar. 6, 1933

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

Quail-hunting on the Gillisonville, S. C. preserves of Charles S. Haight, Manhattan admiralty lawyer, dapper Jean Tillier,

U. S. manager of the French Line, was severely wounded when his host's shotgun went off accidentally. Carried from the field through swamps and thickets on a litter of branches and gunnysacks, he was taken to a Savannah hospital where it was found that the charge had blown away part of a rib and collarbone, lodged 100 pellets in a lung. He was expected to recover.

When his...

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