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Work of Entertainment Troupes

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Under the auspices of the Social Service Committee, six troupes were formed last year to give entertainments at the various charitable institutions in and about Cambridge. Fifty men took part in the work, giving about forty entertainments to a total audience of some 7,500 people. The work is being continued this year, and it is hoped that it will be on a larger scale. As the number of applications for entertainments always far exceeds the power of the Committee to fill them, and as the range of work admits of a great variety of talent, all men with any ability at all in entertaining can be of great service. Men who wish to take part in this work should send their names to D. Parson, 54 Dunster street.

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