ALL students desiring light, pleasant and lucrative employment for whole or part of the summer call any day between 11 and 12 at 44 Brattle street, room 2.
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J. T. HUGHES,51 Perkins Hall."Entre Nous" says in Wednesday's Boston Herald: "That Amazon march in the last act of "The Beggar Student" at the Castle Square Theatre is one of agreeable surprise. The admirable marching of these pretty girls really takes one by storm. "She-who-is-to-be-Obeyed" holds her head up like an antelope, and is quite as agile as that beautiful animal. It was observed on the opening night that one of these fair warriors looked like a certain Boston beauty who has achieved some distinction by her capture of foreign celebrities to ornament her "afternoons," but of course it is only a resemblance, though a close one. At any rate it is not safe to disbelieve in "dopple-gangers" when two women could play in a 'Comedy of Errors' and deceive their best friends."
Deep in the JungleW AS BONANZA your favorite TV show? Did you crave the sight of Chuck Connors shooting 'em up on The
FILM FOUNDATION WILL RELEASE FOUR PICTURESFour motion-picture films prepared by, or in the possession of, the University Film Foundation will be released during the coming
Hart Reviews Outstanding Pictures Made During History Of the Film Foundation---Three Deserve Special MentionThe following is the first of a series of articles written for the Crimson by A. V. Hart '30, secretary
A Valuable Acquisition.An ancient and very valuable piece of Greek sculpture has recently been placed on exhibition in the Fogg Art Museum.
W. L. GARRISON '97 TO SPEAKThe next entertainment to be given at the Boston Harvard Club will take place tomorrow evening at 8.30 o'clock. William