Imaginary Interviews: Apr. 7, 1924

Ramsey MacDonald, Prime Minister of England: "During the War I was banished from the links of the Lossiemouth Golf Club of which I had been a member. Last week I was offered an honorary membership at Lossiemouth. I accepted."

William Lyon Phelps, Lampson Professor of English at Yale University : "In Scribner's for April I wrote: 'My present Irish setter, Rufus H. Phelps, is ... the most literary dog I have ever known. He has been stroked by W. B. Yeats, patted by Hugh Walpole, petted by G. K. Chesterton, caressed by Joseph Conrad,...

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