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Rehearsals for this year's Pi Eta show are beginning this week. Scheduled for performance on Friday and Saturday evenings, March 25 and 26, it is entitled "Revolt in Reverse" and was written by Richard Dorr '36.
Members of the cast, except for the chorus, have been tentatively chosen. Oscar Hausserman '38 will take the part of the punch-drunk pugilist, Beaudegarde Schmaltz. David Glueck '38 will play Lava Lucille, a South Sea Island Princess.
Other actors include James H. Legendre '40, David J. Conroy '39, Thomas O. Hunter '39, David S. Burt '40, Langdon Gilkey '40, and William Fliun '39.
Paul A. Anderson, a professional who has directed the plays of the last ten years, will do so again. Aiding him will be Manager David M. Gooder '39 and Assistant Managers Waldo Stewart '39, Lathrop W. Forbush '39, and James H. Legendre '40.
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