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WOULDN'T EVEN LET HER HAVE HONEYMOON
While living in a bungalow near
Hollywood, CaL, Rozsiska was "dis
covered" by the agent of David W.
Griffith, who prevailed upon her to
feature her dancing in several film
Since arriving in this country from
Hungary eight years ago Rozsiska
Rozsiska Dolly, the patented dan
seuse, who recently married Jean
Schwartz, the composer, was not
even alowed to spend her honeymoon
in seclusion, so insistent are the de
mands of fame.
Dolly has been prominently cast, to
gether with her twin sister Yansci,
in many Broadway successes, notably
"The Midnight Sun," Ziegfeld's "Fol
lies," "Princess Caprice," and in.
George Cohan's latest hit, "Hello
Hint to summer resorters don't
jlace the hammock where the steam
boats can throw their searchlights on
it at night.