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Lecture Tomorrow by Mr. MacKaye

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Mr. Percy W. MacKaye '97 will deliver a lecture in the Union tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock on "The Dramatist as Citizen."

After graduating from the University Mr. MacKaye studied at the University of Leipzig until 1900. He then returned to this country and taught in a private school in New York until 1904 when he began writing plays. His best known works are "The Canterbury Tales of Geoffrey Chaucer," "Fenris, the Wolf," "Sappho and Phaon," and "Jeanne d'Arc." The last named was produced by E. H. Sothern and Julia Marlowe in this country and England in 1906-07. Mr. MacKaye has also been a lecturer on American Drama in Chicago, Ann Arbor, and Buffalo.

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