The Harvard chapter of the Delta Upsilon fraternity will give its first public performance of Ben Jonson's comedy, "The Silent Woman," in Brattle Hall this evening at 8 o'clock. The play will be repeated tomorrow evening in Potter Hall, Boston, next Friday evening in Brattle Hall, and on April 15 at Wellesley College. Tickets, at $1.50 and $1, may be had at Herrick's and at Thurston's, or from J. DeQ. Briggs, Wadsworth 5, until 6 o'clock on the day of the performance. After that time they will be on sale at the box office.
The final cast of the play is as follows: Morose, a gentleman that loves no noise, H. S. Deming '05 Sir Dauphine Engenie, a knight, his nephew, F. A. Spencer '06 Ned Clerimont, a gentleman, his friend, P. E. Osgood '04 Truewit, another friend, C. Kempner '06 Sir John Daw, a knight, H. P. Johnson '05 Sir Amorous La Foole, a knight, also, A. M. Hurlin '06 Thomas Otter, a land and sea captain, H. Kempner '07 Cutbeard, a barber, F. B. Eaves '05 Mute, one of Morose's servants, H. McI. Holmes '06 Parson, W. L. Gifford '07 Pages to Clerimont, J. L. Burns '06 L. H. Whitney '05, Page with Song, D. C. Manning 2L. Epicoene, supposed the Silent Woman, P. T. Christie '07 Lady Haughty, T. W. Knauth '07 Lady Centaure, R. S. Eustis '07 Mistress Dol Mavis, Ladies Collegiate. F. M. Wright '07 Mistress Otter, the captain's wife, J. A. Greene, Jr., '05 Servants, musicians, etc., W. Lewis '05, I. T. Worthley '05, A. R. MacAusland '07, J. F. Henderson '05, B. Crothers '05.