Members of the Harvard Club of Boston have organized musical clubs, consisting of men who played and sang while in college. The mandolin club, with a membership of fourteen, is being led by S. B. Blodgett '11, and managed by G. Sturgis '13. The glee club, which was organized first, consists of about thirty men, and is officered by M. H. Wentworth '01, president; M. B. Lang '04, leader; and A. E. Burr '91, secretary. The chief function of the clubs will be to entertain at class smokers and dinners, but after they have prepared a more extensive repertoire, it is expected that concerts will be given in and about Boston.
Graduate Musical Clubs in Boston
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