People, Mar. 22, 1937

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

Skiing near Montpelier, Vt., Harvard's President James Bryant Conant tried a fast telemark, snapped a ski, tumbled, snapped his left collarbone. Rushed back to Cambridge, crippled Scholar Conant rallied sufficiently to make his first political statement since assuming the Harvard presidency, denouncing Harvardman Roosevelt's Supreme Court plan as "contrary to the spirit of a free, democratic government" and "dangerous in the extreme."

Philadelphia police arrested Charles Kemble Butler Wister, 29, son of Novelist Owen Wister, for drunken driving, few hours later arrested the...

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