People, Nov. 16, 1936

PEOPLE

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

After their campaign labors, the following politicians made or planned the following moves: Pennsylvania's Governor George Howard Earle, to Delray. Fla. for deep-sea fishing. New York's Governor Herbert Henry Lehman, to Williamstown, Mass, to watch his son Peter and the Williams freshman football team lose 12-to-0 to the Wesleyan freshmen. Governor Lehman's defeated rival, William Francis Bleakley, back to his law practice at Yonkers, N. Y. Michigan's Governor-elect Frank Murphy, a flight to the Philippines. Massachusetts' Senator-elect Henry Cabot Lodge Jr.,...

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