The Dramatic Club play, "The Voice of the People", by David Carb '09, will be presented for the first time in Brattle Hall this evening at 8.15 o'clock. The cast has been selected as follows:
Magee's Constitutents.--H. Forman '16, L. S. Kubie '16, L. P. Mansfield '16, W. McCormick '15, S. B. Pfeifer '16, H. A. Packard '15, F. M. Reyher 1G., J. D. Rickard '15, J. L. Stifel '14, L. Wade '14, B. Woronoff '15, Messrs G. and R. Carpenter; Misses Borden, Terese and Agnes Connor, Fox, Herr, Hodge, Nichols, Strong, Vanderwater, and Mrs. Carpenter.
"The Voice of the People" is a social drama in the best sense of the word. It draws a picture of a ward in any tenement district of any large city in this country at the time of a closely contested election. Its plot centers about the contest and victory of a young Irish girl over the ward boss, her uncle.
Tickets for this and other performances may be had at Herrick's and Jordan Hall, Boston; Co-operative branch store, Harvard square; and from H. S. Ballou, Jr., '15, Brentford 22.
TENNIS TOURNAMENTSPlay in the University championship tennis tournament was resumed yesterday, a number of matches being disposed of. The singles will
BROOKS HOUSE COLLECTIONThe fall collection of old clothes, books, and magazines will be made this week under the auspices of the Phillips
PROGRESS IN TOURNAMENTThe results of yesterday's play in the University tennis championship were as follows: Singles, third round: N. E. Paine, Jr.,
Fall Tennis Tournamentwinner of Beers-Wesson; winner of Streeter-Kimberly vs. winner of Morse-Hofer. The following will be played at Jarvis Field at 3.30:
DRAMATIC CLUB CAST CHOSENThe cast of characters for the Dramatic Club's fall production "The Voice of the People" has been selected as follows: