The Pierian Sodality holds its last trial for candidates tonight. We feel that this society should receive a better support from the college because of the improvement it has made the last few years. There was a time when it struggled against great odds, but now all objectionable features are removed and it is yearly bettering its condition. It has proved an agreeable feature in the fall and spring concerts of the musical clubs, and it offers to its members, besides a pleasant fellowship, an excellent opportunity for practice which every musician must appreciate. Moreover we understand that there is a possibility of more concerts this year than usual. Therefore, since there are still many vacancies in the orchestra, the officers of the society hope that every instrument player in college will attend the final trial tonight.
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