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INSTRUMENTAL CLUBS WILL GIVE FIRST RADIO CONCERT

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Tonight the Harvard Instrumental Clubs will give its first radio concert. The performance, lasting about an hour, will begin at 8 o'clock, at the W. N. A. C. Studio, connected with the Shepard Stores in Boston. Due to the law which forbids the broadcasting of popular length over 320 meters, the concert will be sent out on a 278 yard wave.

With the addition of two more pieces and the omission of the dance specialty the program will remain much the same as it was for the joint concert with the Yale Clubs before the football game.

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