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"One on the House" has been chosen as the title for the 1941 show presented by the Hasty Pudding Club, which will first be performed here and in Boston the week of March 24, before the organization takes it on tour during the spring vacation.
Beginning the first of the month rehearsals will be held, and already members of the Club are hard at work on the script and songs for the organization's ninety-fifth annual production.
Johnston Torney '41 heads the dramatic enterprise, assisted by Robert Coleman '42, Reginald Wigham '43, and Harvey C. Taylor, Jr. '42.
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