"THE LATE MR. KIDD" STARTS ON SECOND WEEK

Pi Eta Production Goes to Providence Besides Giving Performances in Cambridge and at Jordan Hall--Tickets Can Still Be Obtained

The 1921 Pi Eta Show, "The Late Mr. Kidd', starts on its second week with every prospect of being even more successful than "Al Fareedah" was last year. There are four performances scheduled for this week, two of which are in Cambridge, tomorrow and Thursday. The other two performances are at infantry Hall, Providence, Wednesday, and at Jordan Hall. Boston, Saturday evening. There are a few tickets still available for tomorrow's performance, which have been exchanged for tickets for Thursday. These, and the tickets for Thursday's performance, can be obtained at Levitt & Peirce's. There will be dancing until 12 o'clock after each performance.

An enthusiastic reception was given "The Late Mr. Kidd" at its first public performance in Cambride on Saturday evening. M. H. Dill IS.L.A., in the character of Tai Lo. the descendnt of Captin Kidd, and rightful ruler of the Island of Tambele, gave one of the best female impersonatious which has been seen in Cambridge, and was the hit of the show. W. B. Leach Jr. '21, the author of the play , as Rufus Dubb, the here, gave his part very creditably, and showed that he was not "another good man gone wrong". W. V. M. Faweett '21 is the assumed character of the 12-year-old Phoebe. P. L. Cheney '21 as the especial convict and R. S. Flinn '28, who played Mark Authony, the butler, provided an ample supply of humor.