People: Aug. 18, 1930

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

Fred Andrew Stone and Will Rogers, funnymen, gave Washington's Smithsonian Institution an oldtime nine-passenger Wild West stagecoach, built by a "G. Gerald, Blacksmith, Concord, 1825."

Major William Kennelly, barrel-chested president of the New York Athletic Club, saw from his yacht a canoe upset in the wake of a Manhattan ferry, dived to the rescue of the floundering canoeist, one Don O'Reilly, saved his life.

Three weeks ago two veiled women, wife and daughter of Bolivia's ousted German army builder General Hans Kundt (TIME,...

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