From today's New York Times:
- Luck Runs Out for a Leader of the 'Brexit' campaign, by Sarah Lyall.
- Boris Johnson Won't Seek to Lead Britain, but Michael Gove Will, by Steven Erlanger and Stephen Castle.
- Boris Johnson and the Years of a Clown (op-ed0 by D. D. Guttenplan
Source: Social Security Administration
One of the best-known persons named Boris during the 1960s played chess. In fact, Boris Spassky held the title of World Chess Champion from 1969 to 1972, when he lost to Bobby Fischer.
On the other hand, parents do the darndest things, and this cartoon character was a TV mainstay in the 1960s.