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authentic Chinese Dining is a tradition at the...
Sun Luck
RESTAURANTS, N.Y.C.
200 WEST 44th St. [.] Tel.: 524-4707
6 Hours Free Parking for Dinner Guests
After 5:30 P.M. 314 West 43rd Street
LUNCHEON [.] COCKTAILS
DINNER [.] AFTER THEATRE 

FREE VALET PARKING 
6PM to 12PM Midnite

After the Theater, come to the show of beautiful people 
YU 6-4565 
E 45th ST bet. 3rd & LEX

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RISTORANTE-STEAKHOUSE

OFF YOU WOOD -- crazy
HUSTLE -- whatever you can get away with
WAMPOLE -- champagne or any drink that's the best in the house
JIVE -- kidding
A GIG -- a job
BORSCHT BELT -- the Jewish nightclub circuit in the Catskills
CHITTLINS -- hog intestines
SLAMMERS -- prison
NIGGER -- anybody that is not Caucasian
FINEST VINES -- nice clothes 
GOIN' UP THE SIDE OF YOUR HEAD -- being slapped around
KICKS -- shoes
CAT -- any male
SENDIN' UP KITES -- writing letters 
GINEAS -- Italians
GAFF -- alotta trouble
MAGDALEEN -- a pure, straight woman
DUECE 'A BENDERS -- knees
STABLE -- a string of whores 
PUSHIN -- dope peddling
BOOKIN -- horse betting (booking)
COP-OUT -- coward
BASTILLE -- jail
CHARLEY FEVER -- trying to imitate the white man
DINNER PAIL -- going to work from 9-5
USING YOUR BISCUIT -- head
QUICKIES -- anything you can do to make money -- legal or not
HORSE TO HORSE -- moment of truth
HIT THE WIND -- get out 
DROP PAN -- dust pan
86 -- get out of cut off
CHALKED OUT -- died
NURSERY -- reform school
STABBIN' HORSES TO STEAL BLANKETS -- barely making it
FUZZ -- cops
A ZINGER -- a surprise
JIG -- nigger 
STIR BUGGY -- jail crazy
KINKY -- out of your mind
6 MONTHS TO RIDE -- 6 months to live
FEDSVILLE -- federal prison
GAPER'S CUT -- the percentage a look-out makes on a crime
PILL JOINT -- pool hall
DANCIN' ALL OVER ME -- trying to convince me
THE LIFE -- career of prostitution
SPLITSVILLE -- get out
CONKIN'YO' HEAD -- straightening your hair
PUT THE BLEED -- blackmail
H'Y'-- CALL-IT -- "What's his name"
AX -- knife
HEATER -- gun

*Listed in order of use in the play

[[Image: Man in Scottish dress standing next to a bottle of Dewar's; bottle is the same size as the man]]

DEWAR'S
"White Label"
The Scotch that never varies
BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKY [.] 86.8 PROOF [.] [[COPY-WRITE SYMBOL]] SCHENLEY IMPORTS CO., N.Y., N.Y.
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[[Image: barber shop; barber holding mirror to cigarette-smoking customer; in bottom right corner, picture of one gold pack of cigarettes atop a green pack]]

America's Favorite Cigarette Break.
Benson & Hedges 100's.
Regular: 20 mg. "tar," 1.4 mg. nicotine; 
Menthol: 21 mg. "tar," 1.4 mg. nicotine
av. per cigarette, FTC Report Nov., '70.


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