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Pi Eta Play Performances

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The Pi Eta Society gave the first public performance in Cambridge of its comic opers. "Prince Punjab," in the club theatre on Winthrop Square last night. The finale of the first act, sung in parts by the whole cast of fifty voices, without the orchestra, showed the excellent chorus work which is characteristic of the whole play. The Moon Song, the Bathing Suit Song, and the Chinaman's Automobileing are also especially worthy of mention. The best acting was done by J. C. Miler 2L., as Sthu Pld, the Chinaman; R. Wellman '03, as the antiquarian, and C. P. Whorf '05, as Eben Roger, the American farmer.

The second Cambridge performance will be given in the club theatre at 8 o'clock tonight, and the third on Friday, May 1. Tickets are on sale at Thurston's.

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