The Guitar Club.
The number of engagements which this young but exceedingly prosperous organizations has before it, proves that among select circles the guitar and mandolin are rapidly superseding the banjo. Next Friday evening the club is to play in Longwood at a concert given by the Longwood Glee Club, in which Dr. Langmaid and other wellknown singers are to take part, and on the succeeding Friday the club appear between the acts of some theatricals given in the Town Hall, Milton. Engagements are also made to appear in West Roxbury, Worcester, Belmont, and elsewhere. Immediately after the mid-years, a trial of new members will be held, and it is to be hoped that every man in college who has any knowledge of either the guitar or mandolin will present himself and do his best to keep up the growing reputation of this excellent musical organization.