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AL FAREEDAH OPENS IN PI ETA THEATRE THIS EVENING

Fifty-Second Annual Production Written by Gerould and Hovey; Music by Dill and Philbin.

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"Al Fareedah," the 52nd annual production of the Pi Eta Society, will have its first public presentation at the Club theatre, 1 Winthrop Square, at 8 o'clock this evening. The play is a modern musical comedy with an Oriental setting, and is written by R. Gerould '20 in collaboration with S. W. Hovey '21. Sixteen of the musical numbers were composed by M. H. Dill '20 and the other two are by P. J. Philbin '20. W. A. Duerr '20 is the author of most of the lyrics.

Two hundred graduates of the club saw the show on Tuesday night, and were very enthusiastic, the general opinion being that nothing in recent years put out by Pi Eta could approach it. M. H. Dill '20 and W. B. Leach '22, have splendid tenor voices and have had considerable experience in amateur theatricals. Others of the principals who contribute their part to the show are: J. F. Lautner '21, C. C. Macomber '22, A. Palmer '20, P. L. Cheney '21, B. P. Jenks '21, P. F. Nash '21, and F. Hibbard '20. In addition there are chorus girls and ponies, and other minors, all of whom carry off their parts well.

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