The notice of the chorister of the senior class with regard to writing the words of the class song, should receive due attention. It is to be hoped that there will be some competition among the many good verse-makers of which Eighty-seven is possessed, and that the chorister will have more than one song offered. While we would not cast any reflection upon the character of previous songs, and humbly trust that we appreciate their merits, we feel that it would not be amiss, if the chorister were supplied with several contributions, from which to make a selection. We believe that we are right in saying that such has not been the case in the past. We hope that more men will try to compose words for the class song this year.
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