The preliminary trials for acting parts in the Greek play "Agamemnon," which the Department of the Classics intends to produce in June, 1906, will be held this afternoon and tomorrow at 3.30 o'clock in the New Lecture Hall. Candidates for the parts of the watchman and herald should report today, and candidates for all other parts tomorrow. The judges will be Professors H. W. Smyth, C. B. Gulick and W. F. Harris, and Mr. George Riddle, of Cambridge, public reader and former instructor in the University, who took the leading part in the "Oedipus Tyrannus" of Sophocles, which was produced here so successfully in 1881. Twelve candidates have applied so far for the parts of the herald and the watchman, and about twenty candidates for the other acting parts.
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