The idea of having a public concert in some large hall in Boston, given by the Glee Club and Pierian Sodality for the benefit of the University Boat Club, is one which meets with our heartiest support. If the clubs are able and willing to give such an entertainment and the faculty does not object, the success of the affair cannot be for a moment doubtful. We all know what a hearty reception any entertainment given by Harvard men always receives in Boston, and the proposed concert would be no exception in such a music loving city. It will also give the men in college another chance to hear these two much appreciated clubs. Moreover, any plan which will lighten the present burden of subscriptions, cannot but be hailed with delight by the students in Cambridge. The plan is certainly a good one, no matter in what way you choose to look at it.
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