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Freshman Glee and Banjo Club.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

The Freshman Glee and Banjo Clubs gave an excellent concert in Brattle Hall last evening for the benefit of the freshman crew. The concert was well up to the average freshman concert the Glee Club sang well, although somewhat unpolished, and the Banjo Club was recalled again and again. Many of the songs were old. "The Moonlighter," by Abbott, '93, of which B. A. Gould, '91, wrote the words, was well received. J. A. Wilder's Hawailan songs were admirable. There was dancing after the concert.

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