| Ripley's Believe It of Not newspaper cartoon |
Newspaper cutout showing a picture of a man appearing dressed with tights, a lose short-sleeved shirt, and a scarf tied around his head. His arms are raised to his sides and one of his legs is up on a side pose. There is a caption next to him - "Anlon Dolin, Famous English Dancer".
The following text appears in the cartoon inside a bubble next to Anlon Dolin:
Wednesday, December 5, 1934 Chicago Herald and Examiner
There is also a picture of a smiling woman in the foreground. There in nothing identifying this woman.
Next to the woman there is a column with the following text:
21 French words and syllables are pronounced the same:- san, sand, sang, sangs, sans, sant, saens, sam, sen, send, sen, send, seng, sent, sens, sem, scen (last one is cut off)
Updated June 25, 2015