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'Julie' Lead Ill; Show Will Go On

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The Leverett House Dramatic Society was forced to call off last night's performance of "Miss Julie" when actress Mikel Lambert '59 collapsed just before the play was to go on.

Miss Lambert was treated at Still-man Infirmary and released last night, but will not appear tonight.

"Miss Julie" will be presented again tomorrow and Monday, and for tonight's performance, the LHDS will present Shaw's "The Man of Destiny," with Edward McKirdy, lead in "The Questioning of Nick," in the title role. The Shaw play was presented at Leverett last year, and three actors from that production will appear tonight.

Miss Lambert reportedly felt unwell yesterday afternoon, but was preparing to go on when she became ill. The other play on the program, "The Questioning of Nick," had already been given.

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