Art: Knock-out

Mitchell Kennerley, President of the Anderson Galleries, returned, dapper and beaming, from London where he had engineered his sensa tional coup to bring the Leverhulme collection to the U. S. He was willing to talk about it, a little. . . . Yes, the sale had been an nounced for London, all plans made, before the trustees of Lever-hulme's estate changed their minds and sent him a cable. What had made them change their minds?

Why, they were lawyers. They had not known about the knock-out system which British dealers use to get graft...

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