Short Concert Precedes Presentation of "A Trial by Jury" With Radcliffe Choral Society

The University Glee Club and the Radcliffe Choral Society will repeat "A Trial by Jury" Gilbert and Sullivan's one-act dramatic cantata, which was produced so successfully last month, this evening at 8.15 o'clock in the John Knowles Paine Concert Hall of the Music Building.

The Glee Club will open the entertainment with a short concert, in which it will probably make its last appearance in Cambridge before going to Europe. For the play, the entire original cast, which was coached by Miss Virginia Tanner for the first performance will be retained intact. The concert will be of suitable length to round out the entertainment, which, with the play, occupying alone only about 45 minutes, would otherwise be very short.

Tickets may be obtained today at Kent's University Bookstore, at the Union, and at the office of the Glee Club on the top floor of the Music Building, for prices ranging from $1.00 to $2.50. Standing room will be sold at the door for 50 cents.

The program is as follows:

Has Sorrow Thy Young Days Shaded,Irish Folk SongTenor solo by W. B. Martin '21Come Again, Sweet Love,  DowlandSalterelle,  Saint-SaensGlee ClubReverie,  De BusseyVaise,  BrahmsViolin solo by H. E. Scott Jr. '22Chorus of Bacchantes,  GounodCavalier Song,  Villers"A Trial by Jury",  Sulliva