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POP CONCERT TONIGHT AT 8

Pierian Sodality Offers Lively Program This Evening at Union.

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The Pierian Sodality Orchestra will give its annual "pop" concert in the Living Room of the Union tonight at 8 o'clock. These concerts are given with the purpose of enabling the students to become acquainted early in the season with the work of the sodality, and of assuring a stronger interest in the formal concert which is given in April. Admission to tonight's concert is free and all members of the University and their friends, whether they are members of the Union or not, are cordially invited to attend.

The following program will be presented by the orchestra: Marche Militaire,  Schubert Egmont Overture,  Beethoven Flute Duet,  Selected Selection from the "Royal Vagabond,"  Cohan and Goetzl March of the Little Lead Soldiers,  Gabriel Pierne Air for Solo Violin, on the G-string,  Bach Mock Morris,  Grainger Fair Harvard.

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