The Scranton Republican 2 Jan 1908 Thomas A. Barrett play "The World's Series"
REULBACH WILL STAR. 'iChicago Pitcher Center Role in Play Written by Scranton Man. Thomas Aldrich Barrett, formerly a reporter on The Republican and the Truth, has written a play dealing with the national game which is said to contain much merit. The following - dispatch is from Chicago: Chicago is to be honored shortly by the presentation of "The World's Series" Series" with Pitcher Ruelbach of the Chicago Chicago Cubs as the central figure. This new play is from the pen of Thomas Aldrich Barrett, author of "The Big Bugaboo," "The Merry Morgue" and other plays. In the latest creation the author has conceived and constructed constructed a plot, and story unequalled. It is said, in modern dramatization. It breathes the great free air of America throughout, is palpitating with American American life and American humor, the very - counterpart of our people, today with theif greatest popular amuse ment happily featured. It is said that the Frohmans have accepted the play and will be behind Its presentation.