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The Conference Francaise.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

The second performance of the French play was witnessed by about two hundred spectators. All the parts were unusually well taken. Mr. Clarke deserves especial notice. His personification of the Misanthrope could not have been improved. The other principals were, without exception, successful in their parts. Mr. Copeland as Madame Coquenard was warmly received. Mr. Davis' patois was highly appreciated. Altogether the Conference Francaise has every reason to be proud of this, its first attempt at theatricals. The success of the performance was largely due to Mr. Kalopothakes's untiring efforts. Mr. H. H. Furness' suggestions also did much toward rendering the play so decided a success. The words of the songs were written by Asst. Prof. Cohn.

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