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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 10, 1912, Image 15

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talent, of course?'
s "Oh, yes" (doubtfully).
"Of courseT'you'-jnust have
ability?",,.,' 'vv.
-"Oh, yes" (still more do,uht-;
fully). 4c5 """
Long pause. -zx ,
"You Have to havepth talent
and ability, maybe?V "
This was a' combination of the
preceding questipftsl The inter
viewer was sparringtfor time.
"Yes, but first'tJfKall you. must
have good backihg.,v
Miss Brady said decidedly that
she wouldn't advise anybody tor
try to break into the profession
unless they had good backing, no
matter yjhat talents Were pos
sessed by the aspirant
Some day Miss Brady aspires
to head herown company, and in!
all probabilitythe dream isin 'a!
fair way to be realized, and that
On the stage as PittUSing, she
is light and airy and rather in
clined to be talkative, .while off
the stage Miss Brady is, one wo-'
man who will not talk any more
than is absolutely necessary.
The most alluring bait fails' to
make conversation, and the list
shot in the locker, the big subject
-usually held in reserve for use
4t the last ditch, women's rights,
fpils to even dent hec. armor of
-o o-
Student I told you, last night
to wake me at 7 this morning.
Why the dickens didn't you do
" Landlady Well, sir, at 7
tfclockyou hadn't come home.
By Bertbn Braley.
For whom are all the vulgar
The Tired Business Man.
For whom ihetights in rows and
5 rdws?
The Tired Business Man.
Andwho--as rnanagers explain
Wants just the silly and inane,
Because he hasn't any brain?
The Tired Btisiness Man.
Who is it loves the , lowbrow
The Tired-Business Man.
Who wants his jokes boh broad
and rough?
The Tired Business Man.
Who speaks of worth-while plays
as "sad,"
Who falls for dancers; thinly;
Who causes playwrights" to go
The Tired Business Man J
Who is, it dominates the stage?
- The Tired Business Man.
Who malces the press and pulpit
' ' rage?
The Tired Business Man.
Who wearies Jones and Brown
and Smith,
And you and me and all our kith?
And who's a managerial myth?
The Tired Business Man I
"Doctor," said the lady patient;
"I suffer a great deal with my
"Everybody does, madam," re
plied the fussy old M. D .: "but
you would probably suffer a great
1 deal more without 'em." -

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