The annual service of Christmas Carols will be held at Appleton Chapel on Wednesday evening, December 18, at 8.15 o'clock. A final rehearsal of the carols will take place on Wednesday afternoon at five o'clock. A final rehearsal of the carols will take place on Wednesday afternoon at five o'clock and will be open to those who cannot be present in the evening. The carols will be sung by members of the Radcliffe Choral Society. The program follows: Choral Prelude, "Sleepers, Wake," Karg-Elert "Noel of the Bressan Waits," Darcieux "The Sleep of the Child Jesus," Gevaert "Break Forth, O Beauteous, Heavenly Light," Bach "Come, All Ye Shepherds," Riedel "Sleep, Holy Child," Cherubini "Bring a Torch," Old French Carol "The First Noel," Traditional "Le Miracle de St. Nicholas," Lorraine Carol "Good King Wencelas," Traditional Postlude, "Hallelujah Chorus," Handel
Seats in the Chapel will be reserved for members of the University and of Radcliffe College until five minutes before the beginning of the service. After that time the public will be admitted.