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Miss Otis regrets . . .

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B izarre scenes greet Glasgow's fire brigade, called out on an emergency mission to the home of Andy MacMillan, legendary president emeritus of the Mac school. Following a dinner for members of Schosa, the weirdly- named society of heads of architecture schools, Andy makes the mistake of inviting a gang of them to have a quiet drink in his city-centre rooftop apartment. The first group make their way to the flat, where they begin imbibing at top speed, only to realise much later that the second group has failed to arrive. Most sadly, the latter are stuck (or slumped) in the lift, with Schosa secretary Michael Foster lying on the floor, no doubt conscious that this is advisable in case the lift drops to the basement. Still, the group, also including Adrian Gale, Andy Mac himself and Jeremy Till, all got to know each other a little better. They really should have worked out how to use the means of escape as a means of access.

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