Yeah I knew that 'Malbyii' was no longer the accepted name. There were two reds that were circulated from Malby. The one that was Latinized to his name I knew was a misuse of this and Sanford did the same with one of his. What i used back then was also called "Malby's #2", which you say has been renamed 'Gloriosum'. It was one of the few that retained its color a bit longer. I don't remember it being a bicolor, more of a solid red, at least in spring in MA. Al of the seedlings in the cross to 'Olivette' were bicolors, most with the wider, flatter form. 'Stuffed Olive' was the only one with the more "olive-formed" rosette, so it got the nod as an introduction.