The third joint concert of the Harvard and Yale Musical Clubs was given last night in the Hyperion Theatre, New Haven, before a large audience drawn chiefly from the undergraduates of the two universities. Besides a number of encores, there were fifteen parts, divided among the different clubs, and both the instrumental music and the singing on the part of the clubs of each university was noticeably good. The programme ended with the singing of "Fair Harvard" and "Bright College Years" by the conjoined Harvard and Yale Glee Clubs.
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