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Hot Springs, Va., rather than Chicago, has finally been selected for performance of the Hasty Pudding Show during its spring trip, even though, at the last moment, New Bedford was proposed as another possibility.
The choice of Hot Springs, although entailing certain difficulties, will at least result in the Pudding Show going to Washington to make its annual bow before the President. To this custom the Hot Springs advocates owe, in part, their success. For with as reliable a city as Washington (judged from Hasty Pudding standards) on the list, the club feels that the southern trip is sure to be successful. Other arguments that tended to sway the opposition were that Hot Springs is the converging point, during April, of many influential Middle Westerners, and that since some members of the Hasty Pudding have relatives in Hot Springs at the time, the show will not enter the town unheralded.
Now that the itinerary is practically settled, every one is awaiting the completion of the "play within a play." The first act has been revised and awaits the approval of Mr. Louis Silvers, the coach. Since arrangements for the production have started earlier than usual this year, it has been decided to hold a meeting of the managers and authors of the book in New York immediately after mid-years. This plan is in accord with Silvers' idea of showing the authors of the book some of the inside workings of musical comedy, at the same time giving the managers the opportunity of arranging the southern trip from a more convenient center than Cambridge.
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