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"Fifty Grand", a musical farce by Graham Maclond '32 will be presented by the Pi Eta Club under the direction of Paul Anderson in their clubhouse this evening and Saturday at 8.15 o'clock. This evening's performance will be followed by a dance.
Leading female roles are played by Donald C. Sleeper '38 and Edward H. Turner '36, while Daniel F. Keyes '38 and Verner E. Kelley '37 are taking the major male parts. Timothy J. Reardon '38 portrays the part of "Flywheel," a Grouche Marx sort of character.
The plot is built around two college boys who are left a legacy of $50,000 by an eccentric uncle.
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