People: Apr. 7, 1930

"Names make news." Last week the (allowing names made the following news:

Umberto, Crown Prince of Italy, went to bed with the measles.

Nicholas Murray Butler, President of Columbia University, junketing with wife and daughter in Italy, had a private audience with the Pope, commended the Vatican Library, was given Papal jubilee medals.

President Edward Henry Harriman Simmons of the New York Stock Exchange had a private audience with King Vittorio Emanuele of Italy.

Samuel Insull, patron, and Giorgio Polacco, conductor, of the Chicago Civic Opera, spent a half-hour explaining U. S. technical and artistic...

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