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The attitude of the University towards the school of the theater to be established in Cambridge, as indicated by the statement in this morning's CRIMSON, is of the greatest significance. The cooperation of the Administration cannot help being a large factor in the success of the project, particularly from the point of view of Harvard students; for with the directors of the school working in mutual understanding with the college authorities, every opportunity should be afforded to Harvard men wishing to take part in the work.

The further announcement that definite plans are being laid for work to begin in February, dispels all doubts as to the solidity of the basis on which the proposal rests.

Finally, acknowledgement should be made of the debt of gratitude that Harvard owes to these alumni who have taken it upon themselves, in response to a student demand, to bring about the recognition and reappearance of the Drama as a fine art in Cambridge.

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