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University Chorus Trial.

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The postponed trial for the triple quartette to go abroad next summer will be held tonight at 7.30 in Brooks House. The competition is open to the whole University and all men with good voices and musical ability are urged to try. Men may bring their own accompanist if they prefer. The judges will probably select between twenty and thirty voices for further trial together. The committee of judges will be: G. L. Osgood '66, W. A. Locke '69, A. Foote '74, W. R. Spalding '87, G. A. Burdett '89 and L. S. Thompson '92.

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