A speaker on a stage presents a report on the traffic conditions in the theater district of New York City, which he says have improved considerably. After giving some examples of how bad the traffic in the area has been in the past, he displays a large map of the district. He then uses the map to point out landmarks and recommended routes. Written by
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Donald Ogden Stewart
Oh, everything is great under Mr. Whalen, and in order to help you get to the theater, now I've prepared a series of maps that I call the Grover Whalen maps in honor of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and if you use these maps, I can assure you that you will get to the theater practically the same night that you start.