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CHAPTER THIRTEEN

one of the famous actors whom they did know, but when they asked each other afterwards what plays he had written, they could only remember Halves, Partner, and immediately became uncertain of that, because, don't you remember, it was written by somebody who died the very day it was put on - there was a bit about it in the paper only last Sunday, how ironical it was?
Mr. Nixon was also among those invariably present at memorial services to stage favourites, where his manner of giving and returning salutes while keeping his thoughts on the dead was particularly correct. This manner was useful to him sometimes at first nights; but he did not attend these regularly, lest he should jeopardize his position as a real member of the stage brotherhood, and be mistaken for one of the many types of hangers-on.
From time to time the headline `Mr. Filby Nixon's New Play' would be seen at the top of a theatrical column. The subsequent paragraph announced that

`Miss Mary Cardew' (or some other), `who, as we have already informed our readers, is the latest actress to go into management, and has obtained a lease of the Apollo, has decided to commence operations with a revival of The Scbool for Scandcl. This will be for a strictly limited run, after which she will present either Four Square, in which she will take her old part of Sally, or a new play by Mr. Filby Nixon to which he is now putting the finishing touches.'

On one famous occasion the headline had been `New Nixon Plays', and readers were informed thus:

`It seems probable that Mr. Filby Nixon, the well-known dramatist, will shortly have four plays running simultaneously in the West End. As we have informed our readers, Miss Mary Cardew is following her revival of The School for Scandal with a

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