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Women's Press Club skit instructs future first ladies on how to get along. 4. Scene at Hyde Park, supposing that Roosevelt has retired to be squire of Douchess County, when a man from Mars drops in to ask him to be president of the universe. He thinks it a good idea and right away says he will move the Sun a bit to just a little different angle. Roosevelt is Esther Von Waggoner Tufty of Tufty Service, Pat O'Malley of C.A.A. is man from Mars, while Virgila Stphens, of The Washington Time-Herald, is Mrs. Roosevelt

Women's Press Club skit instructs future first ladies on how to get along. 4. Scene at Hyde Park, supposing that Roosevelt has retired to be squire of Douchess County, when a man from Mars drops in to ask him to be president of the universe. He thinks it a good idea and right away says he will move the Sun a bit to just a little different angle. Roosevelt is Esther Von Waggoner Tufty of Tufty Service, Pat O'Malley of C.A.A. is man from Mars, while Virgila Stphens, of The Washington Time-Herald, is Mrs. Roosevelt

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