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UNIVERSITY THEATRE TO OPEN INFORMALLY THIS AFTERNOON

Formal Opening With Special Features, Set for Tomorrow

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The new University Theatre Square will open at 8 o'clock this evening with an informal reception for the directors' guests. Many officers of Harvard undergraduate organizations have been invited to attend this opening performance. Brief talks by C. E. Hatfield and Lindsey Hooper, the directors, will precede the evening's entertainment.

The University Theatre has not been entirely completed in its interior decoration, but will formally open at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon as scheduled. A special first week program has been promised by the management and it is expected that a record throng will witness the first public entertainment ever offered in the Square.

The movie stars of Hollywood have evinced great interest in the prospect of their first run pictures being shown to Harvard men. Cecil B. De Mille has requested by telegram that the criticisms of the University Theatre patrons on his pictures be carefully noted.

The Opening than will be "The Mad in his Sun", Stirrings Laura La Planet and Pat O'Malley.

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