Letters, Dec. 2, 1935

Gad!

Sirs:

People! Nov. 18! Ethel Barrymore and a cargo of Bronx cheers for every performance! Of all the — —* women she undoubtedly takes the highest honors. In truck drivers it is temper, in artists it is temperament. . . . A lady, gad!

REX R. SCHWENNEKER

Navy Yard

Brooklyn, N. Y.

Sirs:

. . . Wouldn't you say that Ethel Barrymore should report some place to play the leading part in a play entitled ''I Cease to be a Lady''? Certainly the language quoted convicts her of being not a lady and of lacking...

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