The programme, consisting of recitations, was as follows: Mr. Halbert, '85, Longfellow's "Bridge; " Mr. Noble, '85, Tennyson's "Ulysses;" Mr. Goodale, '85, "Lee's Miserables;" Mr. Bailey, '85, Hamlet to the Players; Mr. Hanson, '85, Selection from Webster; Mr. Greenman, '85, Selections from Macbeth; Mr. Bowen, '85, Ruskin to the Cadets at Woolwich; Mr. Winter, "The Spanish Duel." Most of the speakers howed careful preparation. Mr. Winter, who spoke last, was treated to an encore by the enthusiastic audience. His response, the "Widow Malone," was one of the cleverest things we have heard. The meeting on the whole was a decided success. The audience was an appreciative one and showed much interest. The future public meetings of the club will doubtless be as well if not better attended than the first.
Shakspere Club Meeting.
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