The Theatre: New Plays: Jul. 30, 1923

Two Fellows and a Girl. A girl, on fire in two places with two equal flames of love, directs the contenders to flip a coin for her favor. For her sake (and for the sake of the play) the gentlemen comply. The winner marches her off to church..

Five years later the trio reassembles to audit the proceeds of their gamble. After going over the books for two acts the girl decides the coin spun in her favor. The odd man seeks solace with a finale flapper.

Ruth Shepley, John Halliday, and Allan Dinehart repose...

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