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At the U.T.

By E. G.

"Ringside Maisie" is pure maize but this particular bushel of corn is pretty amusing fodder. Ann Sothern, the Brooklyn bonfire, wanders into a boxer's training camp and ends up by marrying his manager. Meanwhile all the old hokum about the lighter with a soul who goes blind, etc., etc., etc. occurs with Slapsie Maxie Rosenbloom and other pugilistic debris to provide an interesting background. A bit below the pan of the Maisie series, the show is still one of the best grade R's.

The best to be said of the main feature. "When Ladies Meet," is better left unsaid.

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