People, Aug. 23, 1937

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

After celebrating Mass on the Feast of the Assumption, Pope Pius XI motored through the gardens of his summer residence at Castel Gandolfo, Italy, then got out of his auto and walked about for several minutes. It was his longest walk this year.

Detroit's new Archbishop Edward Mooney told Rev. William Henigan that golf might well be the barometer of a priest's endeavors. Said he: "If your score is over 100 you are neglecting your golf—if it falls below 90, you are neglecting your parish."*

Ill of colitis aboard his yacht Philante in New...

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