"The World Too Small for Three," a tragic sketch by Hermann Hagedorn '07, will be presented for the first time at the Bijon Dream Theatre on Washington street, Boston, today. The production will continue for a week. There will be four performances daily, at 11.30, 2, 4.30, and 9.30 o'clock.
The scene of the sketch, which is in one act, is laid on a barren island in the South Atlantic. Robert Chilton, a rich stock broker, has been wrecked on its reefs while cruising in his yacht, the "Rover"; from all the ship's company, the only survivors were Barbara, Chilton's wife, whose father is a Gloucester fisherman, and Jabez, the boatswain. The action of the play is furnished by the struggle between the men for the possession of Barbara.