People, Nov. 30, 1931

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

In a fog that blanketed New York Harbor some 200 well-to-do Yale and Harvard men, with a sprinkling of Prince-tonians, sailed for Boston aboard the S. S. Pan America, chartered to attend the football game at Cambridge (see p. 23). In the first three hours 148 bottles of champagne were consumed. By 3 a. m. the bar's supply of Scotch whiskey was exhausted, not by heavy guzzling but because some of the passengers, including Publisher Noble A. Cathcart of Saturday Review of Literature, were...

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