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Woolsey Hall, New Haven, will be the scene of the concert of the combined Yale and Harvard Musical Clubs at 8.15 o'clock Friday night. Fifty members of the University Instrumental Clubs and 30 members of the Glee Club will make the trip to Yale, according to an announcement made last night by William Brewster Jr. '27, manager of the Instrumental Clubs, who is in charge of the arrangements.
Applications for tickets may be made either to Brewster, at 2 Grays Hall, or at the Glee Club Office in the Music Building. The prices are $2.50 and $2.
Tickets for the dance to be held in Woolsey Hall after the concert may be had at the same prices on mail application to the Woolsey Hall. The two entertainments are not connected in any way, and tickets to one do not admit to the other.
The program for the concert follows:
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