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On his eighty-second birthday, President Lowell is guest of honor at a dinner and play at the House which bears his name.
Directed by an old hand, Alan S. Downer 5G, the Bellboys will present Shakespeare's version of "The Taming of the Shrew" with baritone John S. Weld '39 starring in the female lead of Katarina.
Open only to dwellers in Lowell House, the program will be launched in the large dormitory dining hall at 7 o'clock. George S. Trickey, Jr. '39, manager-in-chief, wishes to announce, that "it will be played almost as the author wrote it."
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