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March 20, 1941: A girl who works in the Main Street Follies celebrated her day off by going to a high-priced Hollywood nightspot, but the show was so vulgar she couldn't stay through it, Lee Shippey says.
"Having spent a brief and astonishing period a year ago as society and women's page editor of The Times," Tom Treanor says, "if there is any phase of legal human activity which is more annoying, useless, exhausting, artificial and unavailing than Society with a capital S it escapes me for the moment."
Jimmie Fidler says: What a pity passe stars can't know when it's time to make a graceful exit ... Imagine the amazement of that big star's creditors when they read (in a movie magazine) his sage advice on money matters!