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HARVARD PRIZE PLAY WILL BEGIN BOSTON RUN TONIGHT

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The 1922 Harvard Prize Play by Philip Barry, "You and I", will begin its Boston run at the Plymouth Theatre tonight. Last year it was successfully produced in both Chicago and New York.

By special arrangement Harvard students who attend the opening performance tonight will be given a discount by leaving their names and number of seats desired at the "47 Workshop" as soon as possible.

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