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Although the Harvard Dramatic Club may not put on their annual Spring production this year, the cause will not be lack of funds.
Total receipts of the three performances of Lorca's Shoemaker's Wife and Shaw's Man of Destiny were $606, including proceeds from program advertisements. And officers of the Club estimate that when final bills are paid and membership dues are collected the outgo will just meet the income.
"Even so, we may not put our traditional late April or early May play," Richard Greenebaum '42, president of the organization reveals. "Because of the current situation an audience and cast may be impossible to assemble."
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