People: Nov. 2, 1962

Established under the will of the late Bacteriologist William A. Hinton, the first Negro professor at Harvard University: a scholarship fund of nearly $75,000 to be named in honor of Dwight D. Eisenhower, in recognition of Ike's accomplishments "toward the acceptance of the principle of equal opportunity for all." Responded Eisenhower, when he heard of the fund:; "I cannot recall having been given a personal distinction that has touched me more deeply."

"Even the Poles have been wallowing in God's Little Acre and Tobacco Road" said Novelist Erskine Caldwell, 58, on his way to...

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