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GOLD COAST ORCHESTRA AND 1929 GLEE CLUB BROADCAST

Latter to Give Program Over WBZ From Springfield

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Manager J. B. Fyffe announced yesterday that the first trip of the Freshman Glee Club will take place this spring when the club goes to Springfield on April 13, in order to broadcast over the radio at Station WBZ. This will mark the formal opening of a very promising season for the Freshmen.

The program at WBZ has not yet been announced, but the, Freshmen will be on the air between 8.45 and 9.30 o'clock.

The 1929 Glee Club is meeting regularly and under the experienced tutelage of the leader, Captain Smith, is likely to be the best in years. Many of its members are also members of the University Glee Club, and nearly all of the others have had some experience in singing.

Next Monday evening the Gold Coast Orchestra of the Instrumental Clubs will also broadcast from Station WEEI between 6.30 o'clock and 7. The orchestra will be led by C. F. Henderson '28, and will play among other pieces "Kammenoi-Ostrow" and "My Sweetie turned Me Down", songs which they played on a Columbia record.

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