At a meeting of the Cercle Francais last evening it was decided that "Le Medecin Malgre Lui" should be the play given this year. The time arranged for its production is shortly after the mid-year examinations.
This year the Cercle has secured a most attractive list of lectures for its regular meetings. Among the lecturers from outside the Cercle are, Jules Luquins, head of the French Department at Yale, who will lecture on November 24; Professor George M. Harper, Ph. D., Professor of Romance Languages at Princeton, who will lecture early in December; Professor Adolph Cohn of Columbia and Professor Van Dael of M. I. T.
M. Rene Doumic, literary critic of the "Revue des Deux Mondes," who is to give eight lectures during the first part part of March, in Sanders Theatre, under the auspices of the Cercle, will take as his subject "The French Romantic Movement during this Century, in Poetry, the Novel, the Theatre and other literary manifestations."