People, Dec. 28, 1936

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

Edward Townsend Stotesbury, Civil War drummer boy and senior Philadelphia partner of Drexel & Co., a Morgan affiliate, surprised photographers at the Philadelphia Union League's Kindergarten Club dinner by declaring he would never again be photographed in his familiar act of beating a drum. A Kansas City woman had written him that he should be ashamed of such puerile publicity.

A new species of Panamanian civet cat called by the Chiriqui Indians the "Hoo-Hoo-Nah" was named Bassaricyon pauli by the Philadelphia Academy of Natural...

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