The Summer School will offer tours of Colonial Boston and Plymouth, Mass. on the next two Sundays.
The tour of Boston, on July 7, will leave Harvard at 1:45 p.m. and encompass the Gardner Museum, The Old State House, The Paul Revere Home, and the U.S.S. Constitution (Old Iron-sides). Tickets (at $2.25) and further information is available at Matthews Hall 4. The trip will last for about two and one-half hours.
The trip to Plymouth the following Sunday will take in The Adams Mansion, Quincy; Daniel Webster's Home, Marshfield; The Reconstructed Pilgrim Settlement; Mayflower II; and the Plymouth Museum. The seven hour excursion will leave at 9 a.m. Tickets are $6 and available at Matthews 4.
Kimball Jones will conduct tennis lessons two afternoons a week for four weeks at a cost of $10. for the series. The first meeting is Friday at 2 p.m. outside the varsity tennis courts near Soldiers Field. If private instruction is desired contact Kimball Jones at DA-6-8066.
Sandee Shafrin will give instruction in dance composition and dance technique on Tuesday evenings beginning tomorrow through August 6. The first meeting is in Parlor B on the second floor of the Union at 7 p.m.
The annual Summer School Tennis Tournement opens July 15 with matches for women's and men's singles and doubles and mixed doubles. Sign up at the first Yard Punch (Wednesday at 3 p.m.) or in Matthews 4 by Thursday, July 11.
The famous Summer School Yard Punches will commence Wednesday at 3 p.m. in front of Widener Library. These weekly events are open at no charge to all students and faculty members.
Recorded music programs will be presented at 1 p.m. in the Busch Reisinger Museum on the following dates: today, Mozart Quartets, piano and strings, K. Danses concertantes and Fairy's Kiss; 478 and K. 493; tomorrow, Stravinsky, Wednesday, Stockhausen, Klavierstucke and Boulez, Structures; Friday, Schumann, Etudes symphoniques, op. 13.
The Harvard Yacht Club has boats available daily at the MIT Sailing Pavil- ion from 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Club memberships are $10 and may be obtained from Darcy Dingle, director The fee includes classes for beginners and racers and limited guest privileges. Swiming tests are required. Ask for Mr. Dingle at the Harvard float, located on the left hand side of the pavilion