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The Evening Wor!d Comics
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1922
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Good Evening !
By BIDE DUDLEY
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And Outa Luck !
Theatrical News and Goss8p
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f there's anything you couldn't,
Let It go!
f you didn't, then you wouldn't,
Let It go I
There is much you really might,
If It only wasn't quite,
Yet, in order to be right,
Let It go I
If by chance you find It's not,
Let it gol
Tor you cannot tell just what, i
Let it gol
If you're careful, though, at last
.You may find it anchored fast,
Where it wasn't in the past,
Let it gol
Tha Dayton, O., Negro bigamist
who has forty wires ought to be g lad i
he's In Jail.
Isn't It possible that If the miner
were to take a firm stand the Coali
tion Government In England could
A correspondent of this column In
forms ua he can "write Interestingly
about uninteresting subjects."
Germany Is to print two billion
marks In order to obtain a loan. Why
doesn't some German-American send
the Fatherland the $3 and save it all
POEMS OF PREFERENCE J
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JU-jry II u vail I
A young man named Frank O'Con
ncll droprvVl in to see us a while ago
and wrote us a rhyme about the
Physical Culturo Show to be old at
Madison Square Garden. Drace your
tmm.t anH renri It!
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We wish that you could 6s
At Madison Square Garden,
Our fair forms there to see.
Your sister's child. Teency Ricketts,
But gets well jlmminy crtckettst
Rati, ain't that tmmenset
But getting back to the Garden
We know that you'll agree
Cur fair forms will attract
William Van Benthuysen andithee.
Satu Kregang of East dlxth Street
wants the left-handed buggy whip,
offered as the prize here, and he Is
desirous of annexing a wife too.
Read his poem. It Is awfully simple
and vlos versa:
Bayds must t her name,
And not Dame Despair.
Bh must be a lady fame,
For me she really must cere.
Bhe must be very thin.
With real personality,
And possess a cheerful grin.
Like a pleasant honey-bee.
"Bhe says 'bell no,'" replied
The widow's three children
who had been fighting In the par
lor came In vlth bloody noses.
"Mother," said one, "there's a
man under the piano."
"Play 'Chop-slicks' on it. That
will drive him out," said Anna.
The children fell to fighting
"Bang!" A gunshot
"Bonehead Brewster Is In the
parlor." said Wow.
Th widow wept.
"He Is my brother," she said.
It all seemed so absurd.
(To be continued.)
ICE CREAM ARTHUR'S LOVE.
When the man, who claimed to
bo the widow's husband, ap
peared In tho cottage door, Anna
Crackerjackl suspected some
thing. "Can this be arson?" she asked.
"Whose son?" asked Arthur
"I did not say anybody's son."
(The girl was mad.) "I said ar
The newcomer had spoken.
Quite surprising was It to Anna.
"No what?" she asked.
"Speak plainly," said Ice Cream
But It was not to be. Tho man
turned and ran. The widow was
"He Is a loafer." she said. "I
knew him In childhood, but years
tvave passed away."
"Then he Is not your hus
band?" Twas Anna who asked.
"Qunnah onnah squbt" replied
Bhe was of Indian parentage.
Excitement had made her lapse
Into the language of her tribe.
Anna had studied It
OUR OWH DOOK BEYIEW8.
There has come to us a very In
teresting mystery tale. It Is "Mamie
and the Mud-Hole," by tho East In
idlan, Da Mttall (Booblehelmer Press)
! and we wish to recommend It to all
who appreciate a virile narrative
I based on a depression In a street
"The girl, Mamlo McTwIgglo, Is f,
delicious charactor. but the Russian
Prince Boakl hardly compares to
Ivanhoff In "Tho Boy Blew Up," the
other Da Mttall novel. However,
what the devil does any one care?
You may aay you do reader. Well,
who are you, you fresh thing? For
a German mark we'd bust you in the
, nose. What do you think of that guy
talking like that? Street Commis
sioner Doggie Is another weak char
, acter, but Jepp Coogan deserves
j much praise, being not only an excel'
lent whistler but quite sincere,
i "Mamie and the Mud-Holo' compares
'very favorably with "Odor Barnyard,"
' by Smeltxer.
THIS AND THAT.
In a Western town where we once
lived was a character called Doc
Roberts. Doc was the town stew. He
used to sleep In a livery stable and
one day was heard complaining be
cause he had put his foot out of bed
and a horse had stepped on It Doo
never llkod to admit be was drunk.
So at one time, during a drizzling
rain, when h slipped, fell and rolled
under a wagon, he got up on his
hands and knees and crawled srou-d
under tho vehicle examining all tho
nuts and bolts.
i "Well," said Doo when he finally
his feet, "zat
; feller who told me one of sha bolts
1 managed to regain
; wagonsh all rtghtsh.
AND NOW PERMIT US
i to' Inform you that reversing In
round dances lsnt proper, where
as a short time ago It was Just
About Plays and Players
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l-i RAT OOETZ will bring his new
play, "Persons Unknown." toj
the Punch and Judy Theatrr)
on Wednesday evening. Oct. 25. Th.
play, which ts melodramatic In thenv
xras written by Robert lloumim. Mar 1
ins Hedman and John Mlltern havi
the leading rolea Others In the coki .
are Hugh Huntley, Averell Harris
Philip Lord and Percy Carr. If "Pel
sons Unknown" proves the hll II I
expected to be. It will be removed t
another house In a fortnight whn
The 4ers taae possession 01 in
Punch and Judy.
The complete cast for the ne
Carlyle Moore play, "Listening In
which openn at the Apollo, Atlsnt
City, Monday night Is made up
Ernem Olendonnlng, Reirinn Wnllnr
Dodon Mitchell. Guy Mllham, Klm
Qrandln, Maritnrel tinilen. Wlllln
Dtvldaon. Frank AndrewH. iVIntn.
Kelghley, Helen Flint, Maurice Ca
0orr aamon. Frank Kirk, GernI
Btopp and Frank UeMlclinel.
When the Eelwyns obuinsd the re
lease of Lowell Sherman from "La
ful Larceny." In Boston, and engagd
him tor a part In "The Fool," open
lag at th Times Bquare Theatre
Monday, It was Wedneiwlay of thin
week. Ovor the telephone he told
Arch Belwyn he could play (he roK
If he gol the part that day. A men
enger was sent to Boston with It,
nd Mr Sherman bean attiitylni;
Wednesday night He Is already let-or-perfect
A CHANCE FOR AUTHORS.
The drama branch of the Com
mnlty Arta Association of Han'a
arbara, Cal., has asked us to notify
nywrlghts that It Is launchlnK con'
sts for playlets and full-lrnfrtn
nys. A prize of $100 will be awarded
r the tiost long play and half that
uch will go to the author of the
st playlet. Manuscripts may he
nt to Mrs O I. Hathaway No MS
anta Dnrbaia Street. Santa Barbara,
hu contuHts closn Feb I of next year
he plays will be produced before
ine 1, 1923.
Lenore. Ulrlc will reach her 876th
eiformance in "Klkl" it the U!u-j
Forty members of the noston Ro
nry Club attended the performance
t the Hippodrome lant nlht
The staff of the Japanese lefratrm
lll see "Thin Ice" at tue Comedy
to-night as guests of T. Tamamolo.
Sir Thomas Upton saw "The Ladt
THE BIG LITTLE FAMILY
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Iva Tancuay Is to play thu Loew
CI cult, opening at the (Hate Nov. t
Marcus Low will heed delegatl'in
of st&ge iind screen peoplu who wilt
n to Philadelphia Monday for tho
iponliiR of the Locw Aldlne Theatre.
The dancers of Manhattan Uorough
will compoto In ft piellmlnary of tho
lUistern States one-step championsh'p
contest at the Terrace Garden Dance
I'alaco Tuesday nlcht. The finals will
lake place Nov. U.
Ilavlnc launched their new bill at
the Park Music Hall the Mlnskys will
ask the critics to review It next Tues
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY.
Lloyd CleorRe will appear In "Step
pin" Around" nt the Central next
week. While he may he the English
statesman, there U a dancer of tho
IJy lltlrn Ford.
Since the came o. baseball
It played in old Japan,
Could vou coil the spectator
A Japanese fant
PUT IT IN THE ACT.
"When Is a man not a man?"
"When he's a-shavlng."