People, May 25, 1931

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

Elinor Whitney and Dorothy, buxom, frizzy-haired daughters of Manhattan Pastor Harry Emerson Fosdick, were appointed "grass cops" at Smith College. Armed with whistles, they will blow a smart blast whenever they see trespassers treading tender turf.

It became known that at a recent dinner in Berlin, U. S. Ambassador Frederic Moseley Sackett was placed next to the wife of the Japanese Ambassador to Germany. He spoke only English; she spoke only Japanese and French. When asked how he enjoyed himself he grinned,...

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