People, Nov. 23, 1936

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

The Town Hall of Fort Worth, Tex. invited Elliott Roosevelt (second son) to introduce his fifth-cousin-once-removed, Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt Jr., when she came to town to lecture on "Life in the Philippines." Informed of the invitation, she wrote Elliott that her husband's political views "differed in every respect from those of your father, the President. It would be embarrassing to all concerned for you to appear." Elliott obliged.

Phil Cope, University of Southern California senior, co-holder of the U. S. 120-yd. high hurdles record, dreamed...

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