The Pi Eta Society will give the first public performance in Cambridge of its two act comic opera, "Prince Punjab," in the Pi Eta club-house, Winthrop Square, at 8 o'clock tonight. During the vacation the play was presented in Malden, Lowell, and at the Hollis Street Theatre, Boston, and as a result of the experience of these presentations the play is now running with more smoothness and spirit than on graduates' night. There will be a second Cambridge performance tomorrow evening and a third on Friday evening, May 1. Tickets for all three performances are on sale at Thurston's.
"Prince Punjab" Tonight.
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