People, Feb. 5, 1934

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

When her limousine broke down on the road from Sandringham House to Cambridge, England's Queen Mary was given a lift in a wheezy little 10 h. p. sedan driven by a brewery's traveling salesman named Percy Titmous.

An assortment of old shoes, dating from 1490 to the 15th Century, was presented to the socialite Antiquarians Club of Chicago, by stately, patrician Lolita Sheldon Armour, widow of Meatpacker Jonathan Ogden Armour.

Experts from Chicago's Field Museum sailed from Manhattan on an expedition to jungly Senegal...

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