People, Mar. 6, 1939

Arriving in Manhattan for his third U. S. exhibition, Surrealist Salvador Dali refused to admit that he understands his own paintings: "It is enough to do the painting, much less trying to understand it."

Slated to graduate last June from Princeton University, Prince Fumitaka ("Butch") Konoye, son of Japan's former Premier, failed to get enough passing marks to get his degree. Last week news came to the U. S. that Butch Konoye had been appointed Dean of Japanese-sponsored Tungwen College in Shanghai's French Concession.

When 56-year-old Pianist-Composer Percy Grainger stepped off a train in...

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