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Musical bedlam will break loose Wednesday, May 19 in Sanders Theatre when the annual sight reading evening of the Pierian Sodality will be held under the direction of Malcolm H. Holmes '28.

All members of the faculty, student body or alumni, as well as Radcliffe students, who play a musical instrument are invited to attend and join in "swinging" simultaneously, reading their music from sight.

The Pierian has a sizeable library to draw from and welcomes suggestions as to works to be read. These can be left in the Music Building mailbox.

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