Harvard and Yale Glee Clubs could fill two Sanders Theaters with their joint concert tomorrow, Harvard officials announced last night.
Four to five hundred telephone calls flooded Glee Club officials today after yesterday's announcement that only a few tickets were left for the Sanders performance. Most applicants, however, went unsatisfied.
By concert time tomorrow night, the Club said 1,200 persons will have applied for passes "that just aren't there."
"Please ask them to leave us alone," one official pleaded late yesterday afternoon. He reminded applicants who missed out that WHRV will broadcast the entire performance.
Tomorrow night will be the first time the College has seen its Glee Club this term. Included in the program are choruses from Gilbert and Sullivan's "Patience," a group of American and British folk songs, a Bach cantata, and a performance of the "Tarantella," conducted by composer Professor Randall Thompson '20.