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Quartet to Begin Programs on Arts

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The Claremont String Quartet will perform in Sanders Theater Wednesday, July 10, at 8:30 p.m., opening the 1957 M.I.T.-Harvard Series on the Arts

The entire series of six programs will be open without charge to Summer School students upon presentation of Summer School Privilege Card and to MI.T. students showing Bursars' Cards.

Further, M.I.T and Summer School Faculty can also obtain free admission. Faculty Club cards will serve for M.I.T. and all holders of Harvard Corporation appointments can obtain passes upon application at the Summer School office, it has been explained. An admission fee of 75 cents will be charged to all others.

On Monday, July 22, the series will sponsor a Choral Society Concert at M.I.T.'s Kresge Auditorium at 8:30 p.m.

A conference on the "Uses of Literary Criticism" has been scheduled for Wednesday, July 24 at Sanders Theater at 8:30 p.m., with Elizabeth Hardwick as moderator, Newton Arvin, Saul Bellow, John Malcolm Brinnin, and Denber Lindly. "Dear Liar," the letters of George Bernard Shaw, has been scheduled for Wednesday, July 31, at Kresge Auditorium at 8:30 p.m., to be read by Jerome Kilty and Cavada Humphrey.

The Summer School has announced that final arrangements for the Summer School Music Program have not yet been completed; tentative plans, however, include a piano recital at Sanders at 8:30 p.m. on August 5 by Luise Vosgerchian; and a Summer School Chorus Concert at Sanders on August 12.

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