Imaginary Interviews: Apr. 7, 1923

(During the Past Week the Daily Press Gave Extensive Publicity to the Following Men and Women. Let Each Explain to You Why His Name Appeared in the Headlines.)

Andrew Volstead: "It cost my daughter, Laura, two dollars when she parked my auto in front of a Washington watering trough so that horses could not drink. Violation of traffic regulations!"

Ganna Walska: "Before I sailed for Europe, reporters insulted me by asking whether I was leaving America because of unfavorable comment on my singing. I replied by stating that American newspapers go in for sensationalism....

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