To the Editor of the Crimson:
Not long ago, the Harvard Dramatic Club announced that it would produce an undergraduate play in the fall. Several days later, there appeared, in this column, an editorial which expressed regret that the Club was departing from its high standard of production. Again, in yesterday's CRIMSON there appeared another editorial in regard to Fine Arts 28, which said that the Dramatic Club would produce only undergraduate plays in the future. The Club wishes to convey no such impression. It merely wishes to provide a temporary means by which undergraduate interest in the drama may be kept alive. It does not bind itself to produce any or the best of the plays submitted. It will produce, however, any one which possesses sufficient merit.
The Dramatic Club is very desirous of not being misunderstood in this matter, and will consider it a great favor if you publish this communication in your columns. B. B. Hadfield Jr. '27, Secretary of the Dramatic Club.