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Deutscher Verein Play Tomorrow

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The Deutscher Verein will give the first production of its fifteenth annual play, "Der Unglaeubige Thomas," in Jordan Hall, Boston, tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. "Der Unglaeubige Thomas" is a farce comedy in three acts dealing with the adventures of one Ignatz Doell, a radical anti-spiritualist in a spiritualist family, who becomes suddenly converted to spiritualism and allows himself to be hypnotized.

Tickets for this production and for the other one which is to be given in Brattle hall on December 14 are on sale at $1.50, $1, 75 cents, and 50 cents at the branch store of the Co-operative; Ritter and Flebbe, 120 Boylston street, Boston; and the Schoenhof Book Co., 128 A Tremont street, Boston. They may also be obtained from McC. Reinhart '13, Grays 20.

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