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Of special interest to the University is the opening production of an American play, "We, the People," at the Castle Square Theatre tonight. The authors, Mr. J. F. Ballard and Mr. E. C. Ranck, both received their training in dramatic composition in Professor Baker's "47 Workshop." Mr. Ballard has already achieved one notable triumph in "Believe Me, Xantippe," produced last year. The CRIMSON wishes every success to this new work of the Harvard school of drama.

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