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Four One-Act Pieces to be Presented in Brattle Hall at 8 o'clock.


The first public performance of the four one-act plays which the Dramatic Club is presenting this spring will be given in Brattle Hall this evening at 8 o'clock. There will be another performance in Brattle Hall on Thursday evening, and one in Jordan Hall, Boston, on Saturday evening. Tickets for this evening's production at $1.50 and $1 each, are on sale at the Co-operative Branch and at Herrick's; they may also be procured from H. R. Bowser '12, 26 Holyoke street, and at the door.

The casts follow: "The Scales and the Sword." "The Scales and the Sword," a social drama in one act, by F. Bishop 2G.: John Alloway, a grocer,  W. C. Woodward '12 Ed. Allen, his clerk,  J. K. Hodges '14 Dwight Gilmore, attorney at law,  K. W. Snyder '14 A Librarian,  A. M. Hay '14 A Newsboy,  A. A. Berle, Jr., '13 Bill,  L. O. Schwab '14 A Drummer,  J. W. Boyd 2G. A Mechanic,  R. D. Whittemore '13 John,  F. M. Totten '12 An Old Irishwoman,  Miss Adelia Borden John's Wife,  Miss Mary Cooper Another Woman,  Miss Caroline Dudley "At State Line." "At State Line," a farce in one act, by C. Andrews 1G.: Jim Long,  P. M. Hollister '13 Susan Long, his cousin and divorced wife,  Miss Katherine Munroe Mrs. Marjoram, a divorcee,  Miss Fanny Phillips Sapphira Long, Jim's and Susan's Maiden aunt,  Miss Florence Lewis Squire Jinks, local attorney,  R. S. Hubbard '11 Zeke Stebbins, proprietor of the State Line House, H. A. Van Landingham 2G. "Manacles." "Manacles," a play in one act, by H. K. Moderwell '12: Frederick Higgins, a wealthy manufacturer,  W. G. Beach '11 Claudia Higgins, his daughter,  Miss Gertrude Beard Jinks, a burglar,  J. A. Donovan sC. Joe Patterson, his helper,  N. R. Sturgis '12 "Men Are Mortal." "Men Are Mortal," a farce in one act, by Miss K. McD. Rice, Radcliffe Sp.: Henry Hilltop, professor of art and architecture,  T. M. Spelman '13 Mr. Pillory, dean of the college,  I. Pichel '14 Mr. Lovelass, the dean's secretary,  J. B. Langstaff '13 Nancy Hilltop,  Miss Esther Watson Mrs. Jane Factlore, sister of Nancy,  Miss Ruth Bennett Messenger,  Miss Jeanie Hughes

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