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Seventy Singers Off to Springfield

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Seventy members of the University Glee Club will leave Cambridge at 12 o'clock tomorrow morning for Springfield where they will sing in the Municipal Auditorium tomorrow afternoon. This concert will be one of a series conducted under the auspices of the Springfield Y. M. C. A., with funds provided for such a purpose by well-known citizens of that city. The best musical artists and speakers are obtained for these popular civic entertainment's and it is estimated that 4000 people will be in the audience tomorrow.

Favorable advance notices of the Glee Club's concert have appeared in the Springfield Republican, which also published a picture of the club in its rotogravure section this week. The program for this concert includes some particularly interesting pieces, both new and old, by the Glee Club and two groups of violin solos by Henry Scott.

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