Anyone who has witnessed the terrible tragedies that have been enacted on the Dramatic Club's stage will appreciate its endeavors to find a suitable comedy or light play to use this winter. Even at this late date a last call is being made for a manuscript of a play worthy of the preferred prize and production. It would be a disgrace to our dramatic talent to let the chance go by unchallenged. Competitors of any sort are an eleventh hour genus, and so we are not in dispair. When the competition finally closes we are confident that something worth while will be handed in. Harvard has a reputation for play-writing that must be maintained and the incentives to its maintenance are continually forth coming. The conclusion may be left to the imagination of the reader.