People, Mar. 26, 1934

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

Peering into the refrigerator of Atlanta's swanky Piedmont Driving Club. Georgia's Game & Fish Commissioner found a covey of frozen quail. The State regulation: No game to be kept after the hunting season, already closed two months. The penalty: $1.000 fine and twelve months on the chain-gang. The culprits: Clark Howell Jr., business manager of Atlanta's Constitution, Regent of Georgia University; Ernest Woodruff, director of Coca-Cola; Ryburn Clay, Ronald Ransom, F. W. Blalockt president, executive vice president & vice president of Atlanta's Fulton...

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