People, Oct. 13, 1952

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

Biology Student Jon Lindbergh, 20, second son of Aviator Charles A. Lindbergh, docked at Hoboken, N.J., sporting a stubby beard. Jon was ship's biologist during the 87-day oceanographic cruise of the tug Kevin Moran, which scoured the Atlantic from New England to the Azores, covering 10,000 miles. Prize discovery, according to Columbia Geologist W. Maurice Ewing, head of the expedition, was a mysterious submarine canyon, 250-300 ft. deep, winding 800 miles across the mid-ocean floor three miles below the surface.

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