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A kind of entertainment entirely new to the Union in recent years will be presented in the Living Room at 8 o'clock this evening, taking the form of a vaudeville show. It will be open to members only, who will be required to show their tickets at the door.
The program will consist of acts presented by professional thespians from various vaudeville circuits, and will be made up of the following numbers:
The Troubadour Four, colored entertainers.
Frank Busch, the dean of story-tellers.
Little Jerry McCarthy, the original Red Sox mascot, in popular songs.
S. Wilson Bailey, prestidigitator.
Mr. Lowe will be the piano accompanist.
This form of entertainment has in the past been very popular among members of the Union, and similar programs may be presented later in the year, if this evening's attendance warrants their continuance. In order not to interfere with college duties, the performance will not occupy over an hour. If the plan is to be a success, there should be a large attendance this evening, and it is hoped that many will find it possible to come.
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