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Glee Club Trial.

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In response to the call about twentyfive men presented themselves last evening at the first trial of candidates for the Glee Club. There were no candidates for the first tenor part and very few for the second bass. Among those trying for the two middle parts were several good voices. The club needs first tenors in particular and all who sing this part are urged to try. There will be a second trial tomorrow evening at Robert's Hall at which all who could not be present last evening will be given an opportunity. Following is a list of those who sang last evening: second tenor, Tremain, Sever, Martin. Higgins, Hyde, Folsom; first basses, Hawes, Farwell, Ware, Codman, Berry, Batchelder, Gode, Churchhill, George, Whitney, Van Tyne, Strong, Purrington, Sears; second bases, Kinney. Griffin, Batchelder. There was one candidate for yodler. After the trial the old members of the club sang in the yard.

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