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The Pi Eta Society will give, for Union members only, a performance of "The Stymie" in Cambridge at the Club Theatre this evening at 8 o'clock. Tickets may be obtained at the Union office upon presentation of membership cards. As over half the limited number of tickets have already been taken it is urgent that only those take tickets who really expect to attend.
Last night, "The Stymie" was presented before an audience of 400 graduates. The production was successful in every particular, well composed, well managed, well played. This year's production is a lilting, laughing musical comedy. The music does not predominate, the book being the more pretentious. The action is rapid, centering around the hero of a "game of golluf."
After the Union performance this evening, which will be the second presentation of "The Stymie," the dates will be as follows: tomorrow and Friday, at the Club Theatre; Saturday, matinee at Copley Hall, Boston; April 3, Music Hall, Quincy; April 5, Town Hall, Andover.
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