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HARVARDIANS ARE TO ENLIVEN THE LEVIATHAN

WILL SEEK ENGAGEMENT ABROAD FOR LATER IN SUMMER

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A unit of the Harvardians, well-known undergraduate jazz band, has signed up to play for the student third class tourists on the S. S. Leviathan this summer, it was announced yesterday by Roy Lamson '29, leader and manager of the orchestra.

The band which the trip will be composed of seven pieces, and will make two complete trips over and back, which wil consume the larger part of four weeks. Roy Lamson will not make the trip, however, but will remain with another unit of his orchestra which plays regularly at the Fo'cas'le at the Hotel Rockmere in Marblehead. The first boatload for which the Harvardians will furnish music and entertainment sails from New York on Wednesday. When the ship reaches England, the orchestra will scout-around and see if they can pick up a contract for later on in the summer. There is also the chance that they may find a position in France for the end of the season.

This will be the third trip abroad for most of the men who will comprise this group. Last summer the band sailed on the S. S. Hellig Olav for Copenhagen, furnishing music on the way over. They remained there a while and then journeyed into Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Germany, after which they returned on the same boat, also providing the music for the home trip. Lamson has anywhere from 40 to 50 men available for orchestras which he expects to send out on summer engagements but which have not been arranged for to date.

This will be the third trip abroad for most of the men who will comprise this group. Last summer the band sailed on the S. S. Hellig Olav for Copenhagen, furnishing music on the way over. They remained there a while and then journeyed into Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Germany, after which they returned on the same boat, also providing the music for the home trip. Lamson has anywhere from 40 to 50 men available for orchestras which he expects to send out on summer engagements but which have not been arranged for to date.

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