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The students of Michigan University intend during the coming commencement week to produce a play entirely in French. The costumes, scenery, music, &c., will be in exact conformity to customs of the time of Racine, whose only comedy, "Les Plaideurs," has been chosen for the representation. The cast of characters will consist of both gentlemen and lady students who have been carefully prepared for the occasion by Prof. De Pont of the university. The play will be mounted in fine style in the Ann Arbor Opera House on June 26. This is the first evening in commencement, and many alumni of Michigan University will doubtless be in attendance. - [Detroit Post.

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