Entertainment for the Cuban Teachers' Fund.
By request of the Cantabrigia Club and the Young Peoples' Society of the First Unitarian Church, the Cambridge Social and Dramatic Club will repeat "The Romancers," a three act comedy by Rostand, in aid of the Cuban Teachers' Fund. Three performances of the play will be given in Brattle Hall, the first on Friday evening, June 8, the others on Saturday afternoon and evening, June 9. Tickets, one dollar each, can be bought at Sever's.
"The Romancers," the first of Rostand's plays, was produced about five years ago with great success at the Theatre Francais, Paris, and the English version recently acted by the Cambridge Dramatic Club was the first performance of the comedy ever given in this country. The cast will be composed entirely of Harvard men and of Radcliffe graduates. The principal female part will be taken by Miss Josephine Sherwood, Radcliffe '99, and the principal male parts by Professor G. P. Baker '87, Mr. J. J. Greenough '82, Mr. J. G. Hart '93, Mr. H. S. Elliott Sp. '00, and Mr. B. S. Hurlbut '87. Mr. T. B. Ticknor '70 will be stage manager.