At the request of the Columbia Broad-casting System, the Band will broadcast a half-hour program over a nation-wide network from the ballroom of the Hotel Copley Plaza in Boston tomorrow afternoon. The concert is scheduled to begin at 2.30 o'clock.
Nineth members of the band have been chosen for the program. Of these, 30 will sing in chorus as well as play with the rest of the band. As many members of the Glee Club who wish to sing with the band in tomorrow's concert will be permitted to do so.
The program to be presented consists of the following numbers: "The Crimson and the Green," a medley of Harvard and Dartmouth songs; "Tiger Medley," as played at Princeton with interpolation of a male chorus singing The Orange and the Black"; "Far Above Cayuga's Waters," the Cornell alma mater, to be sung by the bandsmen, accompanied by a trombone choir; "Harvardiana," and "Soldiers Field," with vocal; "Wintergreen for President"; "On Brave Old Army Team," and "West Point Alma Mater," the latter sung by the chorus; "Soldier Medley," as played at the Army Game this fall; "Gridiron King," and "Our Director"; "Yale Medley," as played in the Yale Bowl this fall; and "Fair Harvard," sung by the bandsmen.