A cast for "The Queen's Husband," maiden play of the newly organized Freshman Dramatic Club, has been chosen from the combined talent of the Freshman classes of Harvard and Radcliffe.
Henry H. Reed, Jr. was chosen to play the male lead, King Eric VIII; while George H. Reed, as Granton, and Miss Norma Taylor, as Anne, will play opposite each other as two young lovers.
Other important roles will be played by A. Jerome Himelhoch, Harold R. Patch, Jr., Miss Mary Williams, and William L. Batt. Minor parts will be filled by Frederic C. Gray, William M. Judd, John MacD. Graham, George F. Bigelow, R. Park Breck, Herschel Berman, Richard W. Sullivan, Alan S. Geismer, Richard Parry, William F. Schreiter, and Misses Braidy, Bopp, Wedrom, and Bartlett.
The play will be produced some time in April at the Pi Eta Club on Boylston Street. Rehearsals will commence Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Members of the cast are requested to secure rehearsal passes from Herschel Berman before that time.