People, May 2, 1932

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

Norman Hapgood, onetime editor of Collier's Weekly, Harper's Weekly, Hearst's International, Envoy Extraordinary &; Minister Plenipotentiary to Denmark under President Wilson, dramatic critic, author, turned himself into a radio announcer, to advertise the soups of Columbia Conserve Co., famed for its conversion by the Hapgood clan into a social ized industry where employes own 51% of the common stock (TIME, July 21, 1930).

Turfman Willis Sharpe Kilmer, owner of world's largest money-winner Sun Beau ($356,044), hired the handlers of the late famed Australian...

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