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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 28, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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PLAYERS AND FANS1 LIKE
"MOVIE" MORAN
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J, Lee-ftLorf&rti.
Youthful in appearance and full of
true Irish wit, Lee Moran is as big a
favorite with his own company as
he is with audiences all over the uni
verse. Prior to his entry in moving pic
tures Lee traveled with several stock
companies, chiefly in musical plays,
including "Prince of Tonight" and
"Girl in the Kimona." He met Al
Christie, who took a fancy to his
clean-cut appearance, and after a
brief try-out he was engaged to ap
pear in Nestor comedies, and has
been with the same director for three
years.
CARLESS UNCLE GEORGE
About 20 relatives and friends of
Uncle George MilUce informed him
Tuesday that he was 87 years old. It
was a complete surprise and Uncle
George was very much pleased. Me
chanicsburg (Ohio) News-Item.
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WELL PRESERVED
The bride has been one of our most
popular young women -for a great
many years. Grand Haven Tribune.
CHIEFS DAUGHTER WILL LEAD
ARMY SOCIAL SET
THi&s.ZScottT,
Washington. As daughter of the
chief of staff of the U. S. A., Miss
Blanche Scott, eldest daughter of
Brig. Gen. Scott, will be the official
leader of the young people in the
"army set."
Miss Scott and her mother have
arrived from Fort Bliss, Tex., where
the new chief of staff was recently
stationed.
SHAKESPEARE AT THE feAT
"A hit, si palpable hit." Hamlet.
"To what base we may return, Ho
ratio." Hamlet.
"Strike home." Measure for
Measure.
"Let the world slide." Taming of
the Shrew.
"Play out the play." King John.
"Out, I say." Macbeth.
"The play, I remember, pleased not
tire million; 'twas caviare to the gen
eral." Hamlet.

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