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"Lady Audley's Secret" to Be Revealed to Winthrop House

Cast of Puritans Will Perform at 8 O'Clock Tonight

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Winthrop House will revel in melodrama tonight as it watches "Lady Audley's Secret," or the "Distraught Villainness," played by a group of its own inhabitants.

The performance will take place in the Junior Common Room at 8 o'clock, and will follow a dinner at the House, to which lades may be invited.

The cast includes Harvey Huston '38, Reginald H. Smith, Jr. '37, Arthur M. Rosenbloom '37, Richard J. Youdin '36, Geoffery L. Stagg 2G, Thomas M. Cranfill 2G, and James Lehman 1L. Valentine J. Chapman 1G is director.

In addition to this event, there will be a unique ballet staged by William Gray '36, Lawrence K. Ach '39, and Samuel E. Hill 1G.

Music will be provided by B. Frederic Skinner and Henry E. Guerlac, and Cranfill will sing.

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