People, Sep. 1, 1952

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

The Chicago Tribune, noting that one of Adlai Stevenson's ghostwriters is Pulitzer Prizewinner Arthur Schlesinger Jr., labeled him an "aging boy wonder." Schlesinger, who will be 35 next October, commented: "Oh, God, how true."

Visiting Chicago, young King Feisal II remained in his hotel room, canceled all appointments, including a civic luncheon. A State Department attaché explained: the tour of Detroit, with an eight-mile hike through the Ford plant, had left His Majesty "completely bushed."

After a year of airwave conversation, Prince Talal, 22, son...

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