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MENAECHMI PRESENTED BY CLASSICAL CLUB TONIGHT

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At 8.15 o'clock tonight and tomorrow night in Sanders Theatre, the "Menaechmi" of Plautus will be presented in the original Latin by the Harvard Classical Club. At this time members of the University and the public will have an opportunity to see the first rendering of an ancient play in classical languages since the "Agamemnon" was given in 1906.

It is expected that the translations of the dialogue, which, along with tickets, are now on sale at the Coop, Leavitt and Pierce's and Herrick's, will aid the audience in following the lively action of the Latin dramatist's comedy of mistaken identity.

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