- Charles Dud·ley [duhd-lee] /ˈdʌd li/, 1829–1900, U.S. editor and essayist.
- Glenn Sco·bey [skoh-bee] /ˈskoʊ bi/, Pop, 1871–1954, U.S. football coach.
- Harry Morris,1881–1958, U.S. filmmaker, born in Poland: one of the Warner Brothers.
- Jack L(eonard),1892–1978, U.S. film producer, born in Canada.
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"I take it that Grant means to scoop in the Johnnies in detail," said Warner.
Then, as he was putting on the fresh uniform, Warner and Pennington appeared.
Dick obeyed, and he crouched by the side of Warner and Pennington.
Pennington and Warner both had scratches, but the colonel was unharmed.
He missed Warner and Pennington, but he and the sergeant were happy.