People, Jul. 11, 1938

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

To Manhattan for the first time in her nine years went Shirley Temple.

Because she "did not fit into the picture of an educational institution," Fan & Bubble Dancer Sally Rand, who two months ago told Harvard students How to Be Intelligent Though Educated (TIME, May 16), was forbidden by University of Colorado's President George Norlin to deliver a scheduled lecture on "Art and the Workers" at the University's summer school. Snapped Lecturer Rand: "I think it is, in poor taste for President Norlin to...

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