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Two one act comedies, a pair of jugglers, and an orchestra and chorus will all be featured when Adams House holds its annual Christmas Dinner this evening.
The plays, "Saint Simeon Stylites," by E. Sladen Smith and "The End of the Beginning," by Sean O'Casey, were directed by Dr. Robert J. Allen, instructor and Tutor in English, and Arthur Szathmary '88, having as featured players Chadbourne Gtlpatvtc '37, Searthmary, and Ruth Williams and Nerma Taylor of Radeliffe College.
Between the committee, the "Mad Monocyclists," John C. Develin '88 and Henry S. Stone '88, will combine juggling and serobsites on their one wheeled vehicles. Selections by the orchestra and the chorus of is voices will close the program.
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