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Group of Students Reciprocate as Extras In "Coppelius"

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A dozen members of the cast of the Ballet Russe came to Harvard Thursday afternoon to a tea given in their honor in the Lowell House Common Room by the Slavic Circle.

Speaking Russian, French, and broken English, with an occasional mixture of all three, the Ballerinas partook of tea and cakes and discussed their art with students and faculty of the Slavic department.

The dancers' visit was repaid last night when a group of students went Terpsichorean in the Opera House as extras in the Ballet's performance of "Coppolius.

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