People, Feb. 3, 1936

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

In 1881 a disagreement in the University of Cincinnati chapter of Sigma Chi fraternity ended in the expulsion of one sharp-tongued law student. Last week Sigma Chi decided to reconsider the expulsion, found the offense "trivial," reinstated Brother Willis Van Devanter, 76, Associate Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court.

In a Washington, D. C. drive on speeders police arrested big, burly President John Llewellyn Lewis of United Mine Workers on a charge of driving 42 m. p. h. in a 30-mile zone. Laborman Lewis...

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