People: Jan. 31, 1927

Had they been interviewed, some people who figured in last week's news might have related certain of their doings as follows:

Sir Harry MacLennan Lauder,

Scottish singer: "From West Virginia I wrote in support of Sunday observance in England: 'I am against Sunday theatre shows and have told my fellow artists if we fail to uphold our religion and our Sunday, men will scorn us, women will weep for us and children will be taught to hate the name of the theatre, and the curses of generations to come will...

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