People, Jul. 22, 1940

While his father Wendell Willkie invited his soul in Colorado, (see p. 12), Son Philip Herman Willkie announced that he would study history next winter at Harvard, would return to Princeton next June for another go at the history exams he failed last month.

In Manhattan, balding, moon-faced Exile Carl Joachim Hambro, for 15 years president of the Storting (Norwegian parliament), explained Norway's vulnerability to the Nazi attack: "Perhaps we loved butter better than guns."

In Manhattan, Ferryboat Captain John J. McCabe, 64, celebrated his 250,000th crossing of the Hudson River, received a plaque...

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