People, Mar. 4, 1957

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

A quiet type when he is not playing literary lion for the public, stringy Author Colin (The Outsider) Wilson, 25, was about to sup one evening with his true love, mousy Joy Stewart, 25, in his bohemian quarters in London's West End. Without warning, the door of the book-glutted flat was suddenly flung open and in burst Joy's enraged father. "Aha, Wilson! The game is up!" roared Accountant John Stewart, 58, brandishing a horsewhip. Beside Father Stewart stood his wife, bearing a sturdy umbrella,...

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