Following is the program for the Pop Concert in Symphony Hall this evening: Fourteenth Tech Night. 1. Waltz, "Grubenlichter," Zeller 2. a. March, "Up the Street," Morse b. Dear Old "M. I. T.," H. S. Wonson '07 3. Ballet Music from "La Gioconda," Ponchielli 4. Selection, "Prince of Pilsen," Luders 5. Overture, "William Tell," Rossini 6. Mazurka, "La Scandinave," Ganne 7. A Stein Song, Organ, Mr. Marshall. Bullard '87 8. Selection, "The Arcadians," Monokton 9. Selection, "Naughty Marietta," Herbert 10. "Take Me Back to Tech," I. W. Litchfield '85 11. American Fantasy, Organ, Mr. Marshall. Herbert 12. March, "Washington Post," Sousa All seats reserved for students, alumni and friends of the Institute of Technology.
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