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MOUNTAIN CLIMBING ACTORS SEEK ACCIDENT INSURANCE

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Taking place on a 22foot "mountain" constructed in Sanders Theatre, the new Dramatic Club play. "The Ascent of F6," is "risque," but only from the actors' point of view. In the course of it, one man is killed by an avalanche, and another commits suicide by jumping off a cliff. In addition, there is a free-for-all fight about half-way up the "mountain."

Those who fall off will be safe enough if they land in the right place, as mattresses or nets will be placed in strategic spots, but, in order to be prepared for any eventuality, the Dramatic Club is considering taking out insurance on its actors.

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