An international entertainment will be given by the Cosmopolitan Club of the University in Peabody Hall, Phillips Brooks House, next Wednesday, December 19, at 8 o'clock. At that time a program of ten numbers, representing nine different countries, will be offered by the members of the Club, assisted by a few foreign students from Boston and its vicinity. The entertainment will be open to the public, admission being by tickets, which may be bought at the Co-operative Branch Store for 35 cents. Refreshments will be served.
The program for the evening has been arranged according to countries as follows: 1. United States: Monologue, "Kanana," Miss Ida Horblit 2. Spain: Spanish Dance, F. C. Monteagudo, 3 Dv. 3. China: Shuttlecock Game, Ki Chun, M.I.T. 4. Siam: (a) Music, C. Kajasevi (b) Moving Pictures, P. Sukhum and N. Pauvedya, assisted by M. Longla 1M. 5. Russia: Piano Selections, Mr. Paul Donovan 6. Mexico: "Revolutionary Experiences," F. Vela 1M 7. Porto Rico: Piano Solo, J. M. Sanroma, New England Conservatory of Music. 8. Cuba and United States: Dramatic play entitled "A Game of Comedy." Fromont, a French actor J. V. Manach Marie, a laundress, Miss Dorothy Googins Pierre, Fromont's Servant, H. E. Wiener 9. France: "A Greeting From OverSeas," Pierre Ayme Martin 1L 10. "My Country 'Tis of Thee."