People: Ladies & Ancients

Novelist Margaret Mitchell, who put Atlanta back on the literary map, will christen the cruiser Atlanta, ∙∙Now that President Roosevelt has gone back to the old Thanksgiving, Republican Governor Sumner Sewall has proclaimed the new Thanksgiving for the first time in Maine. ∙∙ An unidentified axman vainly tried to decapitate Sabrina, the bronze nymph for whom 80 generations of Amherst classes have fought one another. ∙∙ Prophet Wilbur Glen Voliva of Zion, Ill. predicted a bad end for the dictators by plunging into a lake of fire (Revelation 21:8). ∙∙ Dr. Samuel Harden Church, 83-year-old head of the Carnegie Institute,...

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