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Harvard Goes to the Pops


The College music groups and their admirers went across the Charles last night to Symphony Hall to join with the Boston Pops Orchestra, the champagne, and the wine to celebrate the annual Harvard Night at the Pops.

The Pops played two-thirds of the program, but the affair might have been more appropriately called Pops Night at Harvard. Malcolm H. Holmes '28, director of the University Band, made one of his frequent appearances guest conducting the Orchestra in six selections, including the "Harvard Fantasy" by Leroy Anderson '29 and "The Incredible Flutist" ballet suite by Walter H. Piston, Naumberg Professor of Music.

G. Wallace Woodworth '24 accompanied by Andrew Heath '50 and Robert Wolverton '53, conducted the Glee Club in three series of songs, the most popular of which was "Gaudeamus," a college medley arranged by William F. Russell, assistant conductor of the Glee Club.

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