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ing off this school year. The next will be a Graduate Production scheduled for Decem- ber 4 and 5. Then, there will be a One Act Play Festival, December 6-8. In the Spring, Herman Brady, instructor of Communication, will direct "The Imagi- nary Invalid" , to be performed February 4- 8. Dr. Helen Adams, associate professor of