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The first production of the Dramatic Club's spring play, "The Governor's Wife," by Jacinto Benevente, will be presented this evening at 8 o'clock in the 1 Eta Theatre. Other performances will be given Wednesday afternoon at the Copley Theatre Thursday evening at the Pi Eta Theatre, and Saturday evening at the Barn at Wellesley. Tickets for these performances are on sale at the Co-op Branch, Kent's, and at the Copley Theatre, and may also be obtained from G. C. Noyes '20 in Thayer 62.

After the Cambridge and Wellesley performances there will be informal dancing. Four men from the Dramatic Club Orchestra, which is to furnish music between the acts, will play for the dancing.

The cast for the play is as follows:

The scene is in Moraleda, a supposed provincial capital of Spain. La Menendez, an actress,  Miss Eunice Eddy '20 Garces, an actor,  J. F. Lincoln '23 Don Santiago, the Governor,  Walton Butterfield '20 Dona O., wife of Baldomero,  Miss Katherine MacLarnie '21 Esperanza, their daughter,  Miss Dorothy R. Googins '22 Don Guillermo,  Bertram Little '23 Polito, in love with Esperanzo,  Powell Robinson, ocC. Reguera, a man about town,  F. S. Stranahan '21 Marquis of Torrelodones, from Madrid,  C. S. Howard '20 Don Basilio, rector of the University,  R. B. Ayer '21 Jimena, his daughter,  Miss Grace Cobb '21 Belisa, his daughter,  Miss Janet Evins '20 Josefina, the Governor's wife,  Miss Dorothy Sands '15 Marchioness of Torrelodones, daughter of the Marquis,  Miss Mildred Ellis '21 Don Baldomero, the richest man in Moraleda,  Harding Scholle, ocC. Menolo, the Governor's secretary,  Barton Leach '22 Marchioness of Villaquejido,  Miss Maryalice Secoy '22 Teresa, her daughter,  Miss Kathleen Middleton '23 Don Trino, chief clerk at the Palace,  Warwick Scott '23

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