Foreign News: Names

To the colors of their embattled countries last week flocked millions of little names, dozens of big. Some of the latter:

Sir Frederick Banting, University of Toronto's professor of medical research and co-discoverer with John Macleod of insulin; as an officer in the 15th General Hospital, Canadian Army Medical Corps. In World War I Researcher Banting was wounded at Cambrai, France, won the Military Cross.

Alastair Francis Buchan, 21, and John Buchcm, 27, Oxford-bred sons of Canada's Governor-General Lord Tweedsmuir (John Buchan); respectively as a Princess Louise's Dragoon Guard, a Governor-General's Footguard.

John Gielgud,...

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