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Insulted By A Woman

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"Oh, yes, 111 remember Detroit; no fear abont that," said sweet voiced Dora Wüey as she rocked to and froin an easy chair in the Bussell Honse. "I shall remember it as the first place in which I was really insulted, and by a woman too." "How and when did all this happen?" asked the reporter. "One TTJgfrt. this week," continned Miss "Wiley in reply. "A woman sat in one of the boxea with her back to the stage. Qneconld bear that sort of thingfora litüe-wbile, bnt when an auditor tnms his or her back sqnarely on you f or a whole evening you cannot drive from your mind the impression that an insult is intended. Well, that was the feeling that carne to mind as scène af ter scène of the play went by, and still that woman sat there. "I became so annoyed - exasperated, I might say- that I couid hardly sing at all. It affected othera on he stage j+aO same, but perhaps to a lessxsxtent. Tte legitímate resnlt, of conrse,. was to take onr minds off onr work to a certain extent, and to a measore the aodience.Ltiff ered by the acts of thatone woman, althougn, perhaps, they may not I ticed


Ann Arbor Argus
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