People, Nov. 14, 1932

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

Arthur Lumley, 78, oldtime (1878-88) editor of The Police Gazette and manager of prizefighters (Sullivan, Fitzsimmons the original Jack Dempsey), fell down the steps in a Brooklyn subway station suffered a broken arm, many a bruise. In bed he reminisced. Of the late great Editor Charles Anderson Dana: "And who do you think he brought along with him? Roscoe Conklin, the Senator. They sat up all night at that cockfight." Of John L. Sullivan: "I made John L. sports editor of my sheet [The...

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