People: Oct. 11, 1963

Backstage on Broadway went Margaret Truman Daniel, 39, renewing acquaintance with a puppet regime that strikes her as a million laughs. The occasion was opening night of Sergei Obratsov's Russian Puppet Theater, a miniature spectacular that had the critics banning real live actors to some theatrical Siberia. Among the characters applauded was one splintery soprano, and Margaret loved that too. "A marvelous show," she trilled. "I first saw them in Moscow in 1960."

Roger M. Blough, 59, board chairman of U.S. Steel Corp., first tested his mettle playing guard, tackle and end for Susquehanna...

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