Imaginary Interviews: Apr. 14, 1923

IMAGINARY INTERVIEWS

(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.)

Alvin Owsley, National Commander of the American Legion: " Marooned at Baton Rouge, La., by washouts on the railroad, I refused to fly by aeroplane to make a speaking engagement. Said I: 'I promised my wife that I would not ride in a plane, and I'll stick to the train.'"

James A. Stillman: "I changed the name of my yacht from Modesty...

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