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"King Cotton Uncrowned," an original comedy by Eli Goldston '42, will be presented on the Crimson Network by the Harvard Radio Workshop tonight at 9:30 o'clock.
The plot centers around the attempts of Puritan Cotton Mather '78 to become president of Harvard. All his efforts are foiled, however, and a group of students and professors, by clever stratagem, prevent his election.
The play follows "Lo, the Butter Stinketh" in the Harvard History series, which is later to be broadcast by a Boston station.
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