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"LET'S GET MARRIED" CHOSEN

E. L. Beach '13 With Three Act Comedy Fortunate Author in Fall Dramatic Club Play Competition.

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The Dramatic Club has chosen "Let's Get Married," a farce by E. L. Beach '13, for its fall production. The play is built around a number of couples who conflict in their arrangements to elope. Two college chums, who have gone to the home of one of them, suddenly decide that they will marry the girls of their choice. It so happens that the sister of the chief figure has also arranged an elopement on the same evening with her fiance. The situations that follow, with a humorous mix-up of couples and motor cars, furnish adequate means for the farcical treatment of youthful infatuation.

The play, which is in three acts, is short enough to allow time for a curtain-raiser, and the piece which will probably be given for this purpose is "The Three Strangers," by Leonard Hatch '05. The trials for parts and rehearsals are to begin immediately. There will be two performances in Brattle Hall, Thursday and Friday, December 11 and 12. On Saturday, December 13, there will be a matinee at Jordan Hall.

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