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Montague Glass Stricken

May 15, 1923
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Montague Glass, author and playwright, of 601 W. 113th Str. was operated upon Sunday night at the Roosevelt Hospital by Dr. Thomas H. Russell of 165 W. 58th St. for appendicitis. His condition was reported as serious following the operation but he is improving slightly at present.

Mr. Glass is 55 years old. He was born in England, and came here as a boy. His best known works are his short stories of “Potash and Parlmuter”, which he also dramatized.

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