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INSTRUMENTALISTS WILL OPEN SEASON TOMORROW

BANJO, VOCAL, MANDOLIN CLUBS AND GOLD COAST PRESENT

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Harvard University Instrumental Clubs will hold their first concert of the season in the Hingham High School auditorium, Hingham, Massachusetts, tomorrow evening, December 5 at 8.30 o'clock. This concert officially opens the winter season for the combined clubs and is one of the most important of the local presentations.

The program includes selections by the vocal clubs and several specialty acts by different members. Other concerts are being projected, but as yet no definite plans have been announced.

The program is as follows: Washington Post March  Sousa Wedding of the Birds arranged by Rice Banjo Club Chorus of Peers  Gilbert and Sullivan Bells of St. Mary's  Adams Vocal Club Novelty Saxophone Specialty Robert White '32 Marche Militaire  Schubert Mandolin Club Legerdemain Specialty William S. Warner '32 Intermission Hittin' the Bottle  Gorney-Arlen Can This be Love? (from the Warner Bros. picture "Life of the Party") Gold Coast Orchestra Specialty Lute Solos W. S. Georges '32 Two Guitars  Horlick Espana Waltz  Waldteufel Mandolin Club Two Grenadiers  Schuman-Zeiner Sea Chanteys  (arranged by Terry) Vocal Club Football Medley  (arranged by Rice) Banjo Club Fair Harvard  Gilman, 1811 Combined Clubs

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