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The Harvard University Band, under the baton of Malcolm Holmes '28, will play at the celebration of the 75th anniversary of the National League. The affair will take place on June 2, and will surround a ball game between the Braves and the Chicago Cubs at the Commonwealth Avenue Teepee.
Supplementing the ballgame and the band will be the Meaddie Bumpsters, an augmented doubled quartet from Bowdoin College in Maine.
The 1914 Braves will also be represented at the Senior Circuit's Diamond Jubilee. Historians will remember that that was the club that came from last place on July 4 to win the coveted gonfalon and the world serious.
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