People: Nov. 27, 1964

At a dinner in Manhattan, the National Institute of Social Sciences honored Secretary of State Dean Rusk, 55, Senator Margaret Chase Smith, 66, A. T. & T. Chairman Frederick Kappel, 62, and that noted social scientist, Bob Hope, 61. Cracked Hope, as he accepted his award (for his "contribution to the nation's values"), "I thought this should go to Cassius Clay—for his great medical discovery, the first man to get a hernia through talking." Hope had his doubts about Kappel: "I don't see how you can give a humanitarian award to a man who had anything to do with digit dialing."...

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