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Graduate Performance of D. U. Play

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The special graduates' performance of "The Fair Maid of the West," the thirteenth annual Elizabethan revival of the Harvard chapter of the Delta Upsilon Fraternity, will be given in Brattle Hall, Cambridge, this evening at 7.30 o'clock. The play is a comedy by Thomas Heywood and was first acted in 1617.

Public performances will be given as follows: Monday and Tuesday evenings in Brattle Hall, Cambridge; Thursday evening in Jordan Hall, Boston; Friday evening in Players' Hall, West Newton; and Saturday evening in "The Barn," Wellesley. Tickets for the public performances at $1.50 and $1 each may be obtained at Herrick's, the Co-operative Branch, and from J. C. Janney '11, Thayer 8.

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