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No political element in America can start to match the election-year discomfiture of Americans for Democratic Action. At its showy


In the last two theatre seasons the gentle art of murder has come into its own before the footlights, both

The Moviegoer

After seeing the opening performance at the Fine Arts Theatre on Wednesday night of "Ecstasy," the much talked-of Czechoslovakian motion

The Crimson Playgoer

"The Night of January 16th" is the murder-mystery, in which the author has relieved himself of the painful necessity of

The Crimson Playgoer

Maxwell Anderson believes "with Geethe that dramatic poetry is man's greatest achievement on his earth so far" and that "the

The Playgoer

"The Old Maid" as all good little playgoers know, has awarded the golden pat-on-the-back of the Pulitzer Prize Committee and

"THE DOCTOR IN HISTORY" by Dr. Howard W. Haggard; Yale University Press, New Haven; $3.75.

P ROFESSOR HAGGARD has written his history of the world--and viewing the world from the eyes of one predominantly interested

The Crimson Bookshelf

L ITERARY, graphic, and musical attempts to crystallize the many-faceted gem of American metropolises, New York, have been many and

The Crimson Playgoer

After last week's unusually excellent bill, the Fine Arts Theatre this week lapses into mediocrity. The featured picture, Franz Lehar's