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Musical Clubs Perform at Jubilee

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The Freshman Musical Clubs will make their final bow to the public tomorrow evening when they provide the music at the 1929 Jubilee dinner. At this time, the Glee Club and the Instrumental Club will alternate in furnishing entertainment, and there will, in addition, be a selection by the Hawaiian Quartet and another by the Jazz Band.

Before the dinner, the three Hall Choruses will compete for the annually awarded cup. The judges of the competition will be Captain E. G. Smith, who led the Freshman Glee Club during the past year; G. W. Woodworth '24, acting conductor of the University Glee Club, and R. Mack, Cook '27.

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