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Pi Eta Society in "The Cantelopers"


The Pi Eta Society will present for its annual play a musical comedy in three acts entitled "The Cantelopers." The book is written by N. F. Coburn '11 and O. C. Dow '11; the musical and Iyries are composed by D. N. Tweedy '12 and R. H. Weller '11. The leading characters will be coached by F. W. Taft '07, who has directed the last few productions, while Mr. J. Reynolds, a professional, will have charge of the chorus.

The dates and place for the performances are as follows: April 6, Graduates' Night, Cambridge; April 11, Jordan Hall, Boston; April 12, Players' Hall. West Newton: April 25 and 26, Cambridge: April 27, Musical Hall, Quincy; April 28. Worcester Theatre, Worcester.

The cast: Major Pondsby,  J. S. Pfeil uC. Martha Pondsby,  D. H. Barrett uC. Longstreet Pondsby,  C. C. Lee '12 Mrs. Henrietta Saxon Wells,  G. S. Phenix '12 Hunting Wells,  N. B. Dee '11 Juliet Marlowe Wells,  P. C. Squire '11 Mollicule Hepsipah Kennedy,  M. S. Robbins '12 Jed Nevins,  W. H. Heywood '12 Artemus Poidexter Hopper,  J. S. Hutchinson '12 Leon Opper,  N. F. Coburn '11 Chief Shoota-Da-Block,  J. G. B. Perkins '11 Mary,  H. R. Morse '12 Soubrette,  W. H. Lacey '12

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