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Making a hectic debut with "The Corpse in the Classroom," by Eli Goldston '42, the Radio Workshop last night presented the first of its Harvard Horror Series of mystery plays over the Crimson Network.

The performance was held up for a few minutes by the absence of one of the cast, who burst in just as the play went on the air, and a few crossed signals later on gave the actors some anxious moments, but aside from this there were no further hitches. The plot concerns a murder in the New Lecture Hall by a Nazi spy, alias a section man, who is tracked down by wide-awake members of the CRIMSON.

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