People, Jul. 29, 1957

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

Old and honored enough to behave like one of his own characters, British Satirist Evelyn (The Loved One) Waugh showed up as honor guest at a London literary luncheon bearing an elegantly Victorian, 2-ft.-long ear trumpet. Waugh, not widely known to be hard of hearing, waggled his antique radar about happily while chatting with table companions, clowned his listening gear with a flourish when an old enemy, Punch Editor Malcolm Muggeridge rose to speak, crowed later: "I did not listen to a word he said. I do not like that man. We...

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