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The One Girl

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An aspiring dancer faces the dilemma of following her dream of a stage career or marrying her boyfriend.

(This story originally appeared in McClure's Magazine, February 1915.)
Published December 30th 2009 by (first published February 1st 1915)

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Muriel Scott, fresh from college graduation, wants to parlay her amateur experience in school theatricals into a career on the professional stage. At a party she confesses her dreams to the man dining next to her. He has connections and Muriel lands a minor role in a new show currently in rehearsal.

But the dream of taking the public by storm like Ethel Barrymore's dazzling debut is quite different from the hard work she finds demanded of her by a stage director with finite patience.

Meanwhile Mur
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