People, May 6, 1935

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

Missing from the Treasury Building at Washington was Secretary Henry Morgenthau Jr.'s molasses-colored cocker spaniel "Timmie." On the theory that Timmie had been kidnapped, Mr. Morgenthau offered a $25 reward. On the theory, suggested by newshawks, that Timmie was in love, Mr. Morgenthau agreed to receive his bride. Next day a pair of policemen found Timmie alone near the Morgenthau home, returned him.

The University of Notre Dame announced that Gilbert Keith Chesterton,

whimsical essayist and scholarly Medievalist, will teach with five other Medieval scholars...

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