People: Jan. 27, 1930

"Names make news." Last week the following names made the following news:

As Harvard's trophy-filled Soldier's Field locker building was burning down, among the students who rushed to help was Allan Hoover, the President's youngest. After the fire was out, Clarence Douglas Dillon, next year's football manager, son of Clarence Dillon (Dillon, Read & Co.), phoned his father in New York, got him to promise $500,000 for a new building.

Garet Garrett, 51, able onetime journalist, prolific writer on finance, politics, economics, was dining in a Manhattan restaurant when a trio of gunmen...

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