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PROFESSOR KITTREDGE SPEAKS ON "JULIUS CAESAR" TONIGHT

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The third lecture in Professor George Lyman Kittredge's series on "The Five Tragedies of Shakspeare" will be given at 8 o'clock this evening in Sanders Theatre. The subject tonight will be "Julius Caesar."

Inasmuch as the series is provided for by the Dowse Institute, established for the purpose of supporting a course of lectures annually on literary or scientific subjects, admission is free but by ticket. Those who have not obtained tickets may gain admittance at 7.55 o'clock when the doors will be thrown open to allow the public to occupy any unfilled seats. Professor Kittredge will deliver only two more lectures in this series, both in Sanders Theatre. He will speak on "King Lear" on Friday, January 26, and on " "Hamlet" on Tuesday, January 30.

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