MUSICAL CLUBS TO PLAY
DANCING AFTER CONCERT
The University Musical Clubs will give their only Cambridge concert of the year in Brattle Hall this evening at 8 o'clock. The program, which will be completed at about 10 o'clock, will be followed by dancing. Tickets are on sale at Amee Brothers, the Co-operative Society and also may be purchased at the door at one dollar each. This will be the only opportunity members of the University will have this year of hearing the clubs, which have had an unusually successful season. The Glee Club, under the tutelage of Dr. A. T. Davison '06 has experienced the most brilliant year in its history, winning the recent intercollegiate contest in Carnegie Hall, New York City, and receiving the added honor of singing with the Boston Symphony Orchestra in their annual pension fund concert. The club will also sing in a joint concert with the Cecelia Society in Symphony Hall May 3.
The entire proceeds of the concert tonight will be given to "The Little House," a settlement house conducted for the poor of the crowded tenement district of South Boston.
The program follows: