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To the Editors of the CRIMSON:
I want to call the attention of all fellows who have any ability to sing, no matter of what degree that ability may be, to the fact that they should count themselves candidates for the University Glee Club, and should make an especial effort to come over to Holden Chapel on Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock, prepared to sing a song. Sing anything you wish, and bring your music. No man must say that he has no chance until he has tried. We need a large crowd to choose from for we wish a club that will not only be a success at concerts, but also and this is the most important part we wish a body of good commodes who enjoy an in formal gathering around the fire where they may drown all their troubles in good songs of fellowship. There is a great lack of spontaneous singing in this University, and this year we hope to establish a new tradition of this kind. Let us have your hearty cooperation. B. CROCKER '09.