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The following is a copy of the report made by the committee which conducted the trials for the University chorus: CAMBRIDGE, March 26, 1900.
The committee requested to try the voices of applicants for a representative University chorus to go on a concert tour abroad, having heard the voices of over sixty, has decided that neither sufficient musical nor vocal talent has appeared to warrant the formation of such a chorus. George L. Osgood '66, W. A. Locke '69, Arthur Foote '74, George A. Burdett '81, W. R. Spalding '87, Lewis S. Thompson '92.
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