People: Oct. 29, 1928

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

David Lloyd George, strode, for the first time in his long life, upon a public race track. He wore a light blue hat, dark blue coat, many-colored bow tie. He seemed happy to see the horses run and lather; but he placed no bets. He, a Welsh Baptist, has long found his strongest support among sections of the British public which frown upon horse racing. Yet he caused more excitement at the track than the horses themselves.

Rev. Dr. William Archibald Spooner, onetime...

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