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The second public performance of the four one-act plays, being presented by the Dramatic Club this spring, will be given in Brattle Hall, this evening, at 8.15 o'clock. The last performance will be given in Jordan Hall, Boston on Saturday evening.
Special arrangements for members of the University have been made for securing tickets for tonight's performance. Any member of the University may purchase coupons at 50 cents each, which will be exchanged for $1 seats, if presented to H. G. Smith '13 at Fairfax 45, this afternoon between 5 and 6 o'clock. These coupons, only two of which will be sold to any one person, are not transferable, and may be purchased at the Co-operative Branch or from the following: H. S. Ballou '15, A. S. Borgman 1G., H. W. Miller '12, K. W. Snyder '14, and T. M. Spelman '13.
Regular tickets for the Cambridge performance tonight, and the Boston performance on Saturday are on sale at $1 and $1.50 each at the Cooperative Branch, Herrick's, Jordan Hall, and Fairfax 45. There are also a limited number of seats for the Jordan Hall performance which may be purchased at 75 and 50 cents each.
The casts follow:
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