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When the announcement was made some time ago that steps should be taken to get up a new college song book, every one seemed so pleased with the project that we entertained no fear of its success, but lately it has been shown that the impression was wrong, although two meetings of the committee appointed have been held; at neither, was it possible to take any action in the matter, from the fact that not a sufficient number of the committee were present. The book proposed is certainly something that is desirable, and even needed, and we trust that enough interest will henceforth be shown to enable the directors to at least plan the work that must be done, in order to give the college a book of songs more characteristic and individual than those at present contained in the song books; and what is more important, something more recent than Dr. Watt's hymns.

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