The Theater: New Plays in Manhattan, Nov. 11, 1957

Fair Game (by Sam Locke) concerns a very young, fetching and modest-budgeted divorcee who comes to New York to study at City College. She is soon modeling size tens in the garment center as well, with half the members of the garment trade making very forward passes. But she straight-arms them one and all, and overeager professors too; and after one near slip because of temporary despondency, she finds that the offers of mink stoles are changing into proposals of marriage.

One of those breezy, mass-aimed, gag-and-garter comedies that now and then run for...

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