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This afternoon on the lawn of the famous Longfellow estate on Brattle Street, a fete will be given for the benefit of the Cambridge Neighborhood house.
Members of the University have been especially invited. Admission tickets costing 75 cents, may be obtained in advance from Amee Brothers. Brattle Square, or at the gate of the estate during the afternoon. tained immedately from Mrs. J. T. Mur-
Reservations for supper should be obray 51 Highland Street, Cambridge.
Movies, dancing, and pantomine will feature the fete, which will begin at 3.30 o'clock. The program is as follows:
3.30--Dances by the Misses Sievelling and Duncan.
Russian musical program.
3 Old fashioned dances by a group from the neighborhood house.
10--Dance by the Misses Sievelling and Duncan.
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