To-night the Pierian and Glee and Banjo Clubs are to give a concert in Association Hall, Boston, for the benefit of the University Crew. There is no doubt that the concert will be an attractive one. Few of the concerts of our musical organizations are not. The clubs have practiced regularly and the program of the entertainment has been well selected. It is evident, therefore, that the concert will be well worth having for its own sake. But an additional inducement can be urged if one be needed: that is, the receipts of this concert are to be given to the University Crew. The financial condition of the Boat Club has become known to all by this time, so that we need not again mention difficulties any more than to say that the help men give through the medium of the concert tonight will be most welcome.
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