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P. MACKAYE TO SPEAK IN UNION

Lecture on "University Opportunities in the Theatre" in Living Room Tomorrow Night.

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Percy MacKaye '97, the well-known dramatist, will speak on "University Opportunities in the Theatre" in the Living Room of the Union at 8.15 o'clock tomorrow evening. This lecture and all future lectures which will be delivered in the Union this year will be open to members only.

Since 1904, Mr. MacKaye has been engaged principally in writing plays, although he has given a number of lectures from time to time at both eastern and western colleges on the American drama. Among his best-known plays are "The Scarecrow" and "The Canterbury Pilgrims," the latter of which was produced by the Coburn Players at Harvard in 1909.

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