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A club called the Musical Club of Harvard University has been formed by those interested in the study of music. A constitution has been adopted and the following officers elected: President, Professor J. K. Paine; secretary, C. S. Oakman 1900.
The object of the club is to promote musical knowledge and appreciation by the production of original compositions by undergraduates, by the performance of standard works, and by the discussion of musical subjects.
The membership is limited to thirty undergraduates.
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