Both Pi Eta and the Hasty Pudding Club presented their current shows to enthusiastic ex-club members last night, and both will open officially tonight, Pi Eta in their clubhouse, and Hasty Pudding in the Civic Repertory Theatre in Boston.
Following their contest last week which decided the "Most Unglamorous Chorus Girl of 1941, "Hasty Pudding chorines were made-up by an expert from the Helene Rubinstein Studios, who had boasted that they "could make any women beautiful."
Three "girls," Robert Coleman '42, leading lady of the performance Walter D. Brooks Jr. '43, ballerina, and John Wulsin '42 winner of the "ugly" contest, were the subjects of the decorators art. The Rubinsteiners made good their claim, for all three looked ravishingly beautiful by the end of the experiment.
The Pi Eta will play at the clubhouse tonight and tomorrow, with a dance planned to follow tonight's performance.