Last night was graduates night at the Hasty Pudding Club, and the first regular performance of "Boscabello" went off with great success. The play has been much cut since the dress rehearsal and as a result has much more snap and go. J. E. Catlin and D. K. Catlin as the "Beacon Babies" made perhaps the greatest hit of the evening by their Mother Goose parodies. The dances were many of them very pretty and all full of life and vigor. The most taking was the sailors hornpipe in the first act.
On Monday night the first of the Cambridge public performances will be given. Judging from last night the performance should be a decided success.