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Laments for the Living

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In performances that can have no interest to an outside public, the Harvard Dramatic club will amuse itself and the friends of the players by reviving next month "Murray Hill," farce by the actor. Leslie Howard, produced at the Copley four or five seasons ago. The controlling element is in that happy stage of adolescence in which it fancies itself as so many "born actors." For many years past, it has been the distinctive and creditable custom of the club to act plays, often notable, that would other wise go unproduced in Boston and Cambridge. Now it prefers a shopworn farce from the Copley, appropriately containing a "mortician." Backwoods universities as those young gentlemen probably call them do better with their "dramatics." Boston Transcript

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