Eldest, slenderest of the daughters of Ambassador Dwight Whitney Morrow is blonde-haired Miss Elisabeth. Last week she started to teach school in Mexico City. Her scholars were 20 bright, beady-eyed little Mexicans.
"Good morning boys!" said Miss Morrow slowly, distinctly. "This is my dog." Patting it, "This is a dog."
"Gude mehrnink boyss," they obediently chorused, "Thees ees mai dohg. Thees ees ay dohg."
"Good morning boys," corrected Miss Morrow, "this is my dog. This is a dog."
According to Mexican newspapers the entire half-hour period was spent repeating,...