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The University Glee Club has just been considerably reduced in numbers and now begins to assume a permanent make-up. Mr. Locke is still drilling the club on the new pieces and the men are progressing rapidly under his coaching. The programme for this spring will consist almost entirely of new pieces. D. C. Greene '95 and I. S. Adams '96 will be the soloists.
The first concert will be given at the University Club, Boston, April 6, by the members of the fall club. The following men are at present singing on the Club:
First tenors - D. C. Greene, Jr., '95, G. E. Hills '97, A. M. Kales '96, N. C. Metcalf '96, F. D. Sawin Sp., S. P. White '95, H. M. Woodruff '98.
Second tenors - J. D. Greene '96, T. M. Hastings '98, W. D. Brookings '95, R. C. Thomas '95, D. J. Fales '97, J. L. Valentine '98, E. Darling '97.
First basses - J. A. Carpenter '97, R. L. Scaife '97, H. B. Fenno '97, H. O. Hannum, Div., R. P. Starkweather, Med., E. W. Rich '97, H. C. Taylor '97, A. H. Gould '96.
Second basses - H. W. Howe '97, W. H. Read '95, E. B. Conant '95, C. E. Sanders L. S., R. K. Fox '96, E. H. Dwinell '96.
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