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The Boston Symphony Orchestra will give a concert in Sanders Theatre this evening at 8 o'clock. Tickets at $1 each are on sale at Kent's Bookstore. Student tickets at 25 cents will be sold at the door. The program:
Mozart, Symphony in E-flat.
Handel, Concerto for two Wind Choirs and Strings.
Cherubini, Overture, "Anacreon."
Florent Schmitt, "La Tragedie De Salome."
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