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Shell Concert Series Provides Answer to Recreation Problem

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Harvard veterans seeking entertainment which will not place undue strain on their limited budgets have found an answer to their problem in the Esplanade Concerts given in the Hatch Memorial Shell, Boston. The summer series opened last Tuesday evening before a crowd of 20,000 which transformed the usually serene Storrow Embankment into something resembling the Hollywood Bowl. Back Bay rubbed elbows with Scollay Square under the hypnotic influence of symphonic music.

These concerts will continue nightly, except Sunday, throughout the summer, with Arthur Fiedler conducting the 85-piece symphony in varied programs of classical and semi-classical music. The only price of admission is the subway fare from Harvard Square to Charles.

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