47 WORKSHOP PRESENTS "SLUG" TOMORROW NIGHT

Will Give First Play of Year at Agassiz House at 8 o'Clock--Play by Carlton Received Honorable Mention in Belmont Prize Competition

The 47 Workshop will present its first play of the year tomorrow night at Agassiz House at 8 o'clock. It has chosen for its opening production "Slug" by Henry Fisk-Carlton, a three act play of hobo life in the Northwest. It was written last year in 47a and received honorable mention in the Belmont Prize competition.

John Collier '23, who took the part of Beranger last year, in the Dramatic Club production, will play Slug. Miss Edith Coburn Noyes will take the part of Effie. She played the lead in "Makers of Light", the second production of the 47 Workshop last year.

The complete cast follows: Effie,  Miss Edith Noyes Ma,  Miss Doris Halman Jenny,  Miss Mary Secoy Ruth,  Miss Verna Barr Slug,  J. J. Collier '23 Rat,  Conrad Salinger '23 Happy,  L. M. Pearson 2G. Big Bill,  Robert Levin ocC. Nels,  Stuart Martin John,  H. W. Bates Shiney,  E. P. Goodnow '17 Butch,  Alexander Hamilton '25 Jarnigan,  Randall Bunell '24

The following are also aiding in the production: Miss Pauline Hatfield,  Costumes Miss Eleanor Dunn,  Properties W. A. Pallme '24,  Stage Manager P. W. Barber 1G.,  Asst. Stage Manager S. R. McCandle 3A.S.,  Lighting

The play will be repeated on Thursday evening at the same place. The production is not public, and the audience will be restricted to members of the 47 Workshop and the group of outsiders who are on the Workshop guest list.