by June Provines
Ernest Byfield brought back a story from New York told him by both Margalo Gillmore and Myra Hampton that certainly shows that the wags have been cudgeling their brains for stories. This one is hung on the sinking of the Titanic. It seems that some one inquired of a sister of Charles Cherry, the actor, a survivor who was picked up by a lifeboat, if she had crossed on the Titanic.
"Part way," she answered with that reserve for which the British are famous.