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Edwin Stevens, when he made up his mind to tackle vaudeville, for the first round selected Manager Meyerfe;lt, founder of the Orpheum. crcuit. The manager had a gruff manner a',d a German accent, and was, moreover, very fcuey. Turning on Mr. Stevens, brusquely, iho exclaimed: "Veil, vat do you vant?" "I would like to go into vaudeville," responded the candidate, meekly. "Vat do you do—vat is your line?" "I am a comedian," was the modest answer. "A komiker, hein?" and the manager faced him, sternly; "veil, make me laugh."

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