From June 1932:
Big he-man Clark Gable, who doesn’t pull his punches, would like to know who was the dirty so-and-so who put pencil shavings with his choice tobacco in the tobacco jar. The finger of suspicion points to Buster Keaton–but yoo-hoo Buster, you know me, I never said you really did it. I just said some folks suspect you.
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