In the Living Room of the Union last evening, the Pierian Sodality Orchestra gave an interesting and well-rendered concert before an enthusiastic audience. "The Stadium," a march by J. W. Johnston '05, and selections from "The Mocking Bird," were particularly well received. The program was composed entirely of popular music, Massenet's "Le Dernier Sommeil de la Vierge," being the most serious composition rendered. As encores, the orchestra played "Men of Harvard," by F. H. Grey '06, and "Veritas," by J. Densmore '04.
Pierian Concert in Union Last Night.
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