Religion: So They Say

In the spit-and-scratch school of society reporting in the nation's capital, two of the sharpest-clawed are Austine McDonnell Cassini Hearst of the Washington Times-Herald and Evelyn Peyton Gordon March of the Washington Daily News.

Three weeks ago, at the winter get-together of the Gridiron Widows, the distaff side of the Gridiron Club, "Evie" cast an appraising eye over "Bootsie's" figure. Sweetly, she remarked that Bootsie, who gave birth to a son six months before, looked quite "robust." In her next column, Evie elaborated on her suspicions: "The stork, so 'they' say, is once more hovering some distance over the William Randolph Hearst...

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