Several thousand gaily attired Class Day merry-makers filled the Yard from the steps of Widener to Appleton Chapel last night, when the Glee Club gave its Class Day concert. The lanterns enhanced the pageantry of the celebration as the crowd stood for nearly an hour until the last college song ended the program, performed by about 50 men on the broad steps, marked the end of the Glee Club season and was one of the features of the evening's festivities.
TWO THOUSAND THRONG YARD DURING GLEE CLUB CONCERT
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