Pal Doesn't Need High Sounding Name or Pedigree to Win - Great Falls Tribune, 28 May 1922
Pal" Doesn't Need High Sounding Name Pedigree to Win or In the "Who's Who" of Paramount actors there is one called "Pal." This is his first name and his last name. In fact, it is the only name he knows, but lack of something conventional with which to identify his family tree doesnt' make him any the less popular or any, the less successful as a moving picture actor. 'Tal" is a well known favorite and a Paramount regular. "Pal" is very young. He was born, in 1916. The full details of his career came to light when the publicity department department requested that the information information blanks which are sent to all Paramount Paramount actors and actresses be revised and brought up to date. "Pal's" blank came back this way: Name (professional), "Pal" (in private private life) same; date of birth, May IB, 1916 (Just a young feller trying to get along); place of birth, Nashville. Tenn.; parent's name, "Prince" and "Patsy" owner Harry Lucenay; height 2 feet 3 inches; weight, 38 pounds; color of hair, brindle and white; eyes, brown; stage experience, Orpheum Circuit; usual roles played, myself; first Paramount picture, "Fool's Paradise"; Paradise"; married, several times; to (name, if professional). Cant' remember them all; children, four sons, three daughters; daughters; favorite sports, hobbies, recreations recreations diving, swimming, chasing cats, eating; permanent address, 322 North Dillon, Los Angeles. There was a space reserved for "Remarks" at the foot of the blank, but "Pal" doesn't make remarks. He registers his emotions and makes known his desires the way a super-intelligent super-intelligent super-intelligent dog should.