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Mr. Baker's Lecture.

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Mr. George P. Baker will give a lecture in Sever 11 this afternoon at 4.30, on "The Elizabethan Method of Producing a Play." As an introduction to the presentation of "The Silent Woman," this lecture will be of special interest to the many who are unfamiliar with the peculiarities of the Elizabethan stage.

Mr. Baker's will be the first of a series of afternoon talks on various subjects, which will be given Sever 11,-hereafter on Wednesdays. Mr. R. E. Dodge will speak next Wednesday on a subject to be announced later. Mr. A. C. Coolidge and Mr. Copeland will also contribute to this series later in the year. The talks will be open to the public, although they they will be designed especially for the students.

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