Imaginary Interviews: Oct. 1, 1923

John Philip Sousa, bandmaster: " I was elected an honorary member of the Philadelphia Camp Fire Girls. They named me ' Nawadaha.' "

Governor Fred H. Brown (Democrat) of New Hampshire: "An ignorant Manhattan picture company furnished TIME with a picture of ex-Governor Albert Oscar Brown, Republican, who retired last January, when the editor asked for my picture to publish (in the issue of Sept. 10) in connection with my remark: 'The people want coal—not resolutions.' " Avery Hopwood ("bedroom man"): "A San Francisco police judge found a producer and nine actors guilty...

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