"Names make news." Last week these names made this news:
Spartanly disregarding his physician's advice and a poorly placed boil, New Jersey's Governor Harold Giles Hoffman mounted his horse, without wincing reviewed cavalry at his first Governor's Day pageant.
Pennsylvania's Governor George Howard Earle, who last winter had to hail a ride in a truck to reach the State House in time to make a speech, bought an autogyro for commuting between his home in Haverford, Philadelphia suburb, and Harrisburg, learned to fly it.
Down the chimney into the study of Rhode Island's Governor Theodore...