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The play to be given by the Cercle Francais will undoubtedly be the most successful ever produced by the club. The play is longer and more difficult than any given in former years, but as all the parts are well taken it is sure to be a success in every way. The ballets which take place between the acts will be one of the principal features of the performance. The first ballet will consist of policemen, musicians, and a policinell in fantastic costumes. The second ballet will be a dance of four Moorish men and women. The play will end with a ceremony of conferring the degree of doctor, consisting of 8 surgeons, 8 apothecaries, the president of the medical faculty, and other persons. For this ceremony at least twenty-five men are required, and all men who wish to take part in it are urged to send their names by Saturday to J. P. Hayden, 8 Holyoke House. Music for the ballets has been written by J. A. Carpenter '97, C. L. Smith '97 and A. H. Hyde '96.

There will be a rehearsal of Acts II and III this afternoon, and Acts I, II, and III Friday afternoon at 5 o'clock sharp.

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