The Theater: New Plays: Nov. 3, 1924

Tiger Cats. This department can scarcely putter about any longer with the season's drama without presenting to its followers the uncomfortable observation that the season's drama is a most gaunt and tattered contribution to the Theatre's annually increasing family. Two good plays only have come in (What Price Glory? and The Guardsman). The prospects of a weedy fall crop were cer tified when David Belasco's opening production went onto the first night threshing-floor and returned an incredibly low per cent of entertainment. Just why the autumn's offerings, while high in quantity, have been...

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