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In preparation for the annual joint glee club performance with the Bulldog harmony men, the Glee Club ran through a final rehearsal of its repertoire last night in Emerson Hall. They will get under way at 8:15 o'clock tonight before a sellout crowd of 1200 in Sanders Theater, where the two clubs will sing their separate programs in turn and conclude the song fest by a joint singing of their respective Alma Maters.
Under the leadership of G. Wallace Woodworth '24, the Crimson singers will harmonize on Mozart's Masonic Music, "Soldiers Chorus" by Richard Strauss, an old English sea chanty, and will conclude with Woodworth's latest musical twist, Harvard football songs sung in eight part minor. Paul D. Tibbetts '45 will solo for the Crimson.
Facing the 90 man College Club, the New Haven Club led by Matthew Bartholemew, will render "Neath the Elms" and several other selections and will wind up with "Bright College Years," the song which ends with the famous anticlimax, "For God, for country, and for Yale."
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