WHEN MORNINGTON CRESCENT LOSES ITS APPEAL. Apartment 11-D reveals a game one can play with the rapid transit map while waiting for the next train. It ought to be possible to play this game in Chicago as well. But I'm not sure whether Isabella Dempster is a North Shore society lady active in charity or a Northwest Side mom living in a bungalow with two kids in the parish school, or to say Howard Madison is a Cubs fan or a Sox fan. Wilson Armitage has to be an investment banker with a condo in Lake Pointe Towers.

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