People, Nov. 15, 1937

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

When King Carol II of Rumania and Crown Prince Michael, onetime (1927-30) King, went shooting with Czechoslovakia's President Eduard Benes, the King barely nosed out the Prince in a playful massacre. In six hours Michael with his shotgun slaughtered 506 pheasants, partridges, hares, rabbits. His able father made a Bohemian holiday by shooting 520.

Graduated last summer from Harvard, a three-year high-honors A.B., and promptly married, Kermit Roosevelt Jr. grandson of President Roosevelt I, was appointed assistant in history at his university, in whose...

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