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On Saturday evening the combined Harvard and Radcliffe Menorah Societies will present three one act plays in the Agassiz Theatre at Radcliffe.
This year, which is the twentieth anniversary of the founding of the society, is the first year since 1916 that the Menorah Society has gone upon the stage. Ten years ago it gave a play in Jordan Hall called "The Book of Job", which was restored as a Greek tragedy by Dr. H. M. Kallen '03.
The first of these plays is entitled The Shunamite, a story of the time of King David, translated by H. T. Schmittkind '09. The other two are comedies, one called "The Cripples", and the other entitled "Poetry and Prose".
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