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"Thieves" at Bijou Theatre

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The management of the Bijou Treatre, Boston, has announced the presentation next week of the one-act play, "Thieves," dramatized by G. Harrison '13 from the book of the same name written by E. D. Biggers '07. Mr. Biggers is the author of the popular novel, "Seven Keys to Baldpate."

"Thieves" was written while its author was in College, being published by a New York magazine. It was dramatized last fall. The play deals with the adventures of two thieves, one rich, the other poor, and ends with the conversion of the former to a better life by the poor man. The situations are very funny and the plot lends itself to an enjoyable comedy.

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