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Hasty Pudding Theatricals.

The performance given by the Hasty Pudding Club this spring is entitled "Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, or the Sport, the Spook and the Spinster." The words are by G. B. Blake '93, J. A. Wilder '93, and S. F. Batchelder '93; the music is by E. H. Abbott '93, P. L. Atherton '93, and F. S. Converse '93. The scenery is designed by J. H. Parker '93. R. B. Beals '94 is business manager; G. C. Lee Jr. '94. assistant business manager; and W. A. Dupee '94 property manager.

Tickets for the various performances will be on sale today for all but the final Cambridge ones. The New York performances will take place on the evenings of April sixth, seventh, and eighth, with a matinee also on the eighth, in Chickering Hall. The tickets for these dates will be for sale at the Harvard Club, Brentano's, Woman's Exchange, Winsor Hotel, Fifth Avenue Hotel, W. J. Jenkins, and here at Thurston's. The New York patronesses are: Mrs. Francis R. Appleton, Mrs. Francis C. Barlow, Mrs. Edmund L. Baylies, Mrs. Chas. C. Beaman, Mrs. Edward R. Bell, Mrs. Joseph H. Brown, Mrs. Joseph H. Choate, Mrs. George C. Clark, Mrs. Morgan Dix, Mrs. James J. Higginson, Mrs. Richard M. Hunt, Mrs. Edward R. Jones, Mrs. Edward King, Mrs. Lowell Lincoin, Mrs. John W. Minturn, Mrs. Robert B. Minturn, Mrs. J. Pierpont Morgan, Mrs. Thomas Newbold, Mrs. Charles A. Post, Mrs. John H. Rhoades and Mrs. Jacob Wendell.

The Boston performances will be held on the evenings of April thirteenth, fourteenth, and fifteenth with a matinee on the fifteenth, in Horticultural Hall. Tickets will be for sale at all the Boston Hotels, Woman's Exchange and at Thurston's. The list of Boston patronesses has not been completed. The first performance, for the graduates and their friends only, will be at the club house on April fourth.