People, May 18, 1936

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

As the latest stunt in a lively series which has kept Texas in the nation's eye for weeks, the able publicity staff of the Texas Centennial Exposition not only sent the 21-year-old Texas Quadruplets, Mary, Mona, Leota & Roberta Keys, to visit the Dionne Quintuplets, but persuaded frosty-haired, stately old Pat Morris Neff, onetime (1921-25) Governor of Texas, to escort them. Pat Neff is president of Baptist Baylor University, where the four Keys Quadruplets are juniors. At Callander, Ont. the Keys' chorused, after seeing...

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