The March number of the Harvard Advocate--the first issue edited by the new board--features an article by John Harding and
FEW biographies can achieve, by their literary excellence, the status of masterpieces in the field of belles letters. A larger
The Colonial Theatre advertises that it is now presenting George M. Cohan in a play of his own composition, "The
To a Boston theatre season that has known little but the light trip of the sock, there comes this week
In "Life Begins at College" the Ritz Brothers again present their particular brand of humor to the University's theatre audiences.
Planned and produced to earn the plaudits of those who shiver with ecstasy at mere mention of the word "Broadway,"
Today is Review Day again at the University with "Naughty Marietta" on the one hand and "Craig's Wife" on the
"Waikiki Wedding" has a beginning and an ending and a middle. The middle takes up an hour and 15 minutes;
At the Paramount it is currently a relief to turn from the spy to the mystery story. The mystery, "Murder
"Theodora Goes Wild" is the story of a small town girl (Irene Dunne) who goes to the big city to