Imaginary Interviews: Jul. 16, 1923


(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.)

Jack Dempsey: "A facetious editorial writer for The New York Times referred to me as ' Mr. John Dempsey.' My real name, as everyone knows, is William Harrison Dempsey."

Stanley Baldwin: Our World, U. S. monthly publication, whose function it is 'to bear the torch of understanding in a world that is confused,' referred to me as Sir Stanley Baldwin."

Edward W. Bok: "Writing...

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