People, Jun. 15, 1931

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

A voice teacher from Peiping armed himself with an array of musical instruments and stage costumes, journeyed to Tientsin, there to instruct Hsuan Tung, onetime Manchu Emperor of China, in the art of operatics. Since his expulsion from Peiping seven years ago, Hsuan has lived modestly as "Mr. Henry Pu Yi," has amused himself with a variety of hobbies including cycling, tennis, skating.

In July Calvin Coolidge will cease writing his daily newspaper articles for McClure Newspaper Syndicate until some time in...

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