The Theatre: Prizeman

In much the same fashion as a sweepstakes victor gets his good news, in Seattle, Wash. last week Eugene Gladstone O'Neill was awakened in his rented house over-looking Puget Sound to be told by his wife (Actress Carlotta Monterey) that he had just won $39,314. Professor Sophus Keith Wintrier of the University of Washington had telephoned her that the Associated Press had telephoned him that the Nobel Foundation had awarded Playwright O'Neill its 1936 literature prize and the newspaper boys were on their way out. Lounging in old pants and sweater at the...

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