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"Standing room only" was the watchword at the Boston Theatre Monday evening when Primrose and West's Minstrels gave their first performance. Although Puck, Life, Judge and the Lampoon were freely drawn upon for laughter-producing material, we cannot too strongly advise the Memorial Hall waiters to make it a religious duty to visit the Boston Theatre before giving their performance next week. It might be the means of adding several century-mellowed jokes to the repertoire of the end men of the Memorial Ethiopians.

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