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ONLY ONE HONORS THESIS, BY WAITZKIN, TO BE PRINTED

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

The Committee on the Publication of Honors Theses in English has decided to publish only one thesis this year: "The Witch of Wych Street," a study of the theatrical reforms of Madame Vestris, by Leo Waitzkin '33. The following theses have appeared in previous years: "Poetical Intoxication," by W. N. Bates '30; "Shakspere and the Ireland Forgeries," by Derk Bodde '30; "The Respectability of Mr. Bernard Shaw," by Ayers Brinser '31; "The Creed of a Victorian Pagan," by Robert Peel '31; and "Shilling Shockers of the Gothic School," by W. W. Watt '32. Publication of honors theses is made possible by a grant from the Visiting Committee of the Board of Overseers.

Orders for Mr. Waitzkin's essay may be left at the Dunster House Bookshop, or at the Cooperative.

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