Journeying to Norton this afternoon the Harvard Instrumental Clubs will give a concert for the benefit of the Wheaton College Endowment Fund at 2.15 o'clock. About 40 men, including mandolin, banjo, and guitar players, will make the trip. The program will include specialty numbers, arranged by the Instrumental Club Orchestra, as well as several vocal numbers. There will also be a special guitar and mandolin act. After the concert, a tea dance will be held for the members of the Instrumental Clubs. The next concert will take place Friday evening, January 19, in Devoteor Hall, Brookline.
INSTRUMENTAL CLUBS HOLD CONCERT AT WHEATON COLLEGE
Several Specialty Acts and Vocal Numbers on Program--Tea Dance to Follow--Concert at Brookline Jan. 19
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