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The San Francisco
Who's the Biggest Grouch?
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All California was on tiptoe when The Sunday Call made the discovery, a month
ago, that the most contented person was Baby Mark Miller of Los Gatos. **
The pendulum has swung. From many sources comes the question: Who is the
Biggest Grouch? Is the Biggest Grouch a man, a woman, or a child?
The Sunday Call doesn't know—but is willing to try to find out.
Will you aid the investigation? Not by sending the name of some grouch you
know, but BY SENDING IN YOUR OWN CLAIM TO THE TITLE!
Send immediately a written statement of your claims to the Sunday Editor of
The Call. Write not less than 4 words and not more than 200. You will be judged
solely by your letter. The grouch who sends the cleverest letter will be declared the
The Biggest Grouch will be awarded a box at the Orpheum so that he (or she) may
take his (or her) friends and go laugh it away.
What's YOUR claim to this Orpheum box? All answers must be in by Monday
evening, April 29th.
The name of the Biggest Grouch will be announced on May sth in the Sunday Call
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