People, Oct. 22, 1934

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

At the initiation of the Hasty Pudding Club two Boston newscameramen set up their tripods in the Harvard Yard, snapped Sophomore Franklin Delano Roosevelt Jr. wearing brassiere and panties over the costume of a Pudding initiate. On the edge of a crowd of students Freshman John Roosevelt, youngest son of the President, caught sight of the cameras, demanded the plates of his brother. Refused, he leaped on the back of the nearest photographer, wrested the negatives from the camera, exposed them to the light....

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