- Here's a story that should be preserved. It may answer Patrick's question:
"What does one call King George, V?"
Once, as Sir Harry Lauder (I'm not sure of the spelling of that name) a
famous vaudeville singer (famous for singing "Roamin' thru the Gloamin'") was
leaving the theatre, he chanced to see a friend of his, a man named "George."
Sir Harry called out: "Good night, George!"
The king, who, at that moment was, likewise, leaving the theatre, answered:
"Good night, Harry."
Where else could one find something this precious, except on the Synodal List?