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The Crimson Bookshelf

THE extreme latitude which is already granted to the term 'novel' must be extended even further to include what Houghton

The Playgoer

The Harvard Dramatic Club produced Edward Eager's "Pudding Full of Plums" last night at Brattle Hall, and will continue to

The Playgoer

Today and tomorrow the University management offers you "We're in the Money," featuring Joan Blondell, Glenda Farrell, and Hugh Herbert,

The Crimson Playgoer

The guillotine takes its deadly toll as The Terror rules Paris. But Citizen Robespierre is annoyed. Victim after victim slips

The Crimson Playgoer

The Playgoer spent a very pleasant evening last Thursday at the Walkathon-Marathon in Dedham. There are some people who probably

The Crimson Playgoer

If you, too, feol that surging rejuvenation which the Spring sunshine pours into the blood of most of us, there


When sound movies first came in a good many years ago it was Al Jolson in Vitaphone's "The Jazz Singer"


It has been said that either too complete praise or vituperation withdraws all merit from a criticism. We hestitate to

The Crimson Playgoer

"Moral," by Ludwig Thoma, the comedy presented Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of this week, and Tuesday to Friday of next