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THIS YOUNG COMET MADE A SPLASH IN THE RAINBOW
, And here's Ruth Chatteifton, 18, who was never heard of be
fore sh&wasjcast in "The Rainbow," with Henry Miller. She has
been a hit from the first night and many critics say that the success
and .sweetness of the
of the piece,is largely due. to the winsomeness
girlish leading lady. That's why she is one of-
Fate is a blusteringbluffer
He rages and roars '
0, taWhot a wordjfrom theduf-
But tHraw-hini jptdpbrs.
Fate is a fhnsy old 'faker, i
He' talks through his hat,
If you face him lie's meek as a
And softer than, that
-the new stars of 1912. w
If you cringe he will wallop you
-u gladly, '
- And lash you to $ears,
(K'you flout him he whines very
And flees from your cheers.
SFate! Why,, my boy, he's- a
I " ' rummy, i.
Stand in, his track
And face him, heUl quit like a
And never come back!