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D.U. Play Excellently Done

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The first public performance of Shakespeare's "Comedy of Errors" will be given by the Harvard Chapter of Delta Upsilon in Brattle Hall next Monday evening at 8 o'clock. The performance for graduates only was given last night and the presentation was excellent. The results of the work in the lighting and staging of the production added a touch unique in amateur productions of this country.

The Chapter will give five public performances. Tickets at $1 and $1.50 are on sale at Herrick's and the Co-operative Branch, or may be obtained from A. C. McGiffert, Jr., '13, at Thayer 57. The dates are as follows: in Brattle Hall on Monday and Tuesday, the latter of which will be undergraduates' night and will be followed by dancing; in Jordan Hall, Boston, on Wednesday; at Exeter on Friday; and at Eliot Hall, Jamaica Plain, on Saturday.

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