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The first public performance of the spring Dramatic Club plays will be given in the Hasty Pudding Club Theatre this evening at 8.15 o'clock. Three plays will be presented--"The Wedding Dress" by Miss Katharine McDowell Rice, Sp., Radcliffe; "The Good News" by J. F. Ballard uC.; and "Ygraine of the Hill-folf" by R. E. Rogers '09. Prof. G. P. Baker in whose course all of the plays were written, believes that they will be of unusual interest. Mr. Ballard's sketch, in contrast with his other work, is in a serious vein, and "Ygraine of the Hill-folk" is the second drama in verse which the club has ever produced.
Tickets for the plays are $1.50 and $1 each. For the undergraduate night tomorrow evening coupons at $1 and 50 cents each may be purchased by members of the College redeemable for $1.50 and $1 seats at the door. Tickets for the matinee at the Plymouth Theatre, Friday, are $1.50, $1, and 75 cents. They may obtained at Herrick's, Tyson's, the Co-operative Branch, and the Plymouth Theatre or at Brentford 22.
The casts are as follows:
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