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Glee Club Management Announces Spring Trip Plans -- Disbands at Albany Following Six Appearances


Preliminary arrangements for the Glee Club's annual spring trip, taken during the spring recess, have been made by management of the club, and were announced yesterday.

The trip will be taken by 58 men chosen from the membership of the club, and the various concerts will be conducted by G. W. Woodworth 2G who has trained the club this year in Dr. Davison's absence.

Opener is in New York

The first concert will be given at the Town Hall in New York on Saturday evening, April 17. This is the only performance during the trip at which a soloist will appear with the Glee Club. On this occasion Harold Bauer the pianist will give a number of selections from Bach, Schumann and Brahms, as well as one or two of his own compositions.

From New York the Club will travel to Philadelphia where it will give a concert at the Academy of Music on Monday, April 19. The following day the Club will sing at Washington, D. C. and Wednesday, April 21 will find it at Summit, N. J. From there it will go on the next day to Passiac, N.J. and then give its final concert of the trip on Friday, April 23 at Albany, N.Y. There the Club will disband to return to Cambridge at the end of the vacation.

Local Harvard Clubs Are Hosts

While on the trip the Club will be entertained at a number of the cities at which they are giving performance by the local Harvard Clubs.

The programs which the Glee Club will give will be different at each performance, and will be made up of the compositions which the Club has been studying during the past year, and which have been rendered at the concerts in Symphony Hall.

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