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Banjo Club Trial.

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Last evening the annual trial of candidates for the Banjo club was held in Holyoke 1. The competitors numbered about twenty and the general average of the players was extremely good, especially that of the banjo players. Unfortunately, no piccolo players were present though one is greatly desired by the club this year. The class of '93 sent many good competitors and a freshman banjo club will soon be organized. The successful candidates will be notified this week. After the trial a short business meeting of the club was held and regular hours for rehearsals were decided upon, it being the purpose of the club to devote two full evenings aweek during the year to rehearsals.

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