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Choral Class.

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The work of the choral class under Herr Georg Frese will close for the season with a public rendering of the Gilbert and Sullivan opera, "The Pirates of Penzance," in Sanders Theatre on April 13. The class, composed of Radcliffe and Harvard students, have been working on the opera for some three or four months, and an average attendance of 125 students shows the well-sustained interest in the class. In the public rendering of the opera, the class will be assisted by the Germania Orchestra of Boston, and a quartette made up of the following well-known artists: Soprano, Miss Viola Campbell of Cambridge; alto, Mrs. Grace Campbell Cooke of Boston; tenor, Everett M. Waterhouse '97; bass, Harry B. McAdam of Boston.

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