This evening at 8 o'clock trials will be held in Holden for the chorus of "Agamemnon," the Greek play, which will be given in the Stadium next June. As a knowledge of Greek is unnecessary, the competition will be open to all students in the University, and it is hoped that there will be a large number of candidates. Men must bring songs for piano accompaniment. The judges will be Mr. J. E. Lodge, the composer of the chorus music, Professor C. B. Gulick '90, Professor W. F. Harris '91, Professor A. A. Howard '82, Mr. W. A. Locke '69, Professor M. H. Morgan '81, Professor H. W. Smyth '78, and Professor W. R. Spalding '87.
Greek Play Chorus Trials at 8
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