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THE "NIGHT RIDERS" AT 8.15

SIXTH ANNUAL PLAY BY DRAMATIC CLUB TO BE GIVEN IN BRATTLE HALL TONIGHT.

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The Dramatic Club will give the first production of "The Night Riders," its sixth annual play, in Brattle Hall this evening at 8.15 o'clock. Tickets are on sale at the branch store of the Co-operative Society, the box office of Jordan Hall, and Herrick's. They may also be obtained from H. R. Bowser '12, Brentford 37. The other performances will be given on Friday and Saturday evenings, the former in Brattle Hall, and the later in Jordan Hall, Boston.

"The Night Riders," by E. C. Ranck 2Sp., is a play in three acts dealing with the political struggles of the young candidate for governor of Kentucky during the period of the "night rider" outrages. The book of the play may be obtained for 25 cents at the performance, Amee's, the branch store of the Co-operative Society, and Kent's Bookstore. Posters are also on sale at the branch store of the Co-operative for 25 cents. Incidental music will be furnished by an orchestra composed of undergraduates and led by F. R. Hancock '12.

The revised cast of characters is as follows: Mrs. Castleton Rodgers, owner of "Crestonhurst,"  Miss Esther Watson Clifton Rodgers, her son,  N. R. Sturgis 1G. Jim Forsythe, editor of the "Start,"  W. A. Searle 1G. Abe Lewis a "dumper",  R. D. Whittemore '13 Banks, a negro servant in the Rodgers  J. R. K. Taylor uC. America Sparrow, a negro "mammy" in the Floyd home,  Miss Louise Burleigh Dixon mason, a young New Yorker,  R. C. Benchley '12 Sam Bullen, a Kentucky "Colonel,"  W. C. Woodward '12 "Mister" Theodore Page, a Kentucky "Private,"  M. T. Quigg '13 Mary Floyd, his niece,  Miss Marjorie E. Smith David Bollivar, of the tobacco pool,  E. W. Hammond uC.

Night riders and farmers: J. D. Adams '13, H. C. Amee '13, C. F. Brooks 1G., G. T. Butler '15, J. A. Donovan '13, E. E. Embree '15, J. B. Emerson uC., R. M. Ferry '12, C. E. Gibbs '15, J. F. Hubbard '14, C. W. Jenks '15,H. G. Knight '13, W. W. Leonhauser '13, J. H. Lord '14, H. A. Packard '15, W. G. Rice '14, P. C. Rodey '13, G. V. Seldes '14, J. B. Souther '15, J. L. Stifel '14, R. E. Treat '13, A. Walter '14, R. W. Wright '13.

Night riders and farmers: J. D. Adams '13, H. C. Amee '13, C. F. Brooks 1G., G. T. Butler '15, J. A. Donovan '13, E. E. Embree '15, J. B. Emerson uC., R. M. Ferry '12, C. E. Gibbs '15, J. F. Hubbard '14, C. W. Jenks '15,H. G. Knight '13, W. W. Leonhauser '13, J. H. Lord '14, H. A. Packard '15, W. G. Rice '14, P. C. Rodey '13, G. V. Seldes '14, J. B. Souther '15, J. L. Stifel '14, R. E. Treat '13, A. Walter '14, R. W. Wright '13.

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