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SMALLEST ACTRESS ON STAG&
Violet McMillan has managed
quite remarkably to look infantile
without looking silly. If you will
think a bit you will agree that such
an achievement oh the part of a
grown-up is unusual.
Violet sat on the chair and swung
her feet and smiled, taking in her
surroundings with her big, round,
blue eye's) whfle'rthe press agent
fussed around like, a hen with a prize
chick, for Violet is his "Exhibit A," -and
the press agent felt responsible -in
the matter of her good points.
"She is the smallest soubrette on
the stage" he began.
"One-half inch smaller thaa Mar-
guerite Clarke,?' .declared the little
person. "We were measured in New;
York once. y
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