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IDLERS PRESENT COMEDY TONIGHT

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Fredric Molnar's romantic comedy, "The Swan," presented by the Radcliffe Idlers Society, opened last night in Agassiz House. The second performance of the production will take place tonight at the same place at 8:30 o'clock.

Seven Harvard men are taking part in the play, including several members of the Dramatic Club. The male lead is played by James A. Doherty 2L, while Prince Albert is Charles Baker '43, and Father Hyacinth is Joseph B. Smith '44. Playing opposite Doherty is Miss Ella J. Van Horn '43. Tickets can be obtained at Agassiz House or at the Coop.

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