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PUDDING PRODUCTION FACED WITH LABOR UNION WALKOUT

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Hasty Pudding ran into labor trouble yesterday in connection with its forthcoming production of "The Cretins' Retreat."

Although John S. Parker '41, president of Pudding theatricals, could not be reached for a statement last night, it was learned that union walkouts had been threatened if the Pudding does not hire a union orchestra for its annual show.

Stan Brown's Crimsonians, non-union orchestra originally hired for the show, has been dismissed, but it is believed that the Pudding is still scouting around for a non-union outfit.

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