On the evening of Thursday, May 27, at 8.15, the University Glee Club, together with the Radcliffe Choral Society and the Pierian Sodality, will give a concert in Sanders Theatre. The chorus will be made up of 120 girls and 75 men, while the Pierian Orchestra, assisted by several Radcliffe girls, numbers 35. All all three organizations will be on the stage at one time, it will be necessary to erect an extension in front of the platform to accommodate the large number of performers.

The program, sacred and classical in character, is as follows: Part I. Coriolanus Overture,  Beethoven Pierian Sodality Orchestra. Break Forth O Beauteous Heavenly Light,  Bach Cherubim Song,  Tschaikowsky Night Song,  Heilman I Sing of the Lady,  Repper Solo by E. Daniels, Radcliffe '23. Comes Kolyada,  Rimsky-Korsakoff Harvard Glee Club and Radcliffe Choral Society. Part II. Suite in D major,  Bach Pierian Sodality Orchestra. I Wrestle and Pray,  Bach Let Their Celestial Concerts All Unite,  Handel

Harvard Glee Club, Radcliffe Choral Society and Pierian Sodality Orchestra.

This is the last of a series of concerts given by the Glee Club this year in Sanders Theatre, the two previous ones having taken place in December and March. These concerts have been so successful that the management is planning to give a similar series next year, but in Symphony Hall. Several well-known artists have been engaged as soloists. This is the Glee Club's last concert of the year except for the informal open-air singing on the steps of the Library.

Tickets may be obtained by mail from the Glee Club Manager, 11 Apthorp House, at Kent's University Bookstore, the prices ranging from 75 cents to $1.50, with no tax.