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"La Femme Ideale" Presented Today by Films Committee

French Film to Be Shown at Institute of Exploration

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The French Talking Films Committee will present "La Femme Ideale" today and Saturday at the Institute of Geographical Exploration. This film, produced by Andre Berthomieu, is based on a well-known novel by Georges Oudard. The times of screening will be 1.40, 4, 6.30, and 8.50 o'clock. Harvard and Radcliffe students may now obtain tickets at Exhibition Hall in Robinson Hall Annex, on presentation of their Bursar's cards. The committee asks the students to presents their cards in person.

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