At the first trials for the Freshman Mandolin Club held last evening, the following men were retained: first mandolin--R. C. Benchley, F. H. Godfrey, K. P. Hill, R. W. Knowles, F. R. Mead, H. R. Morse, C. O. Pengra, O. D. Pfaelzer, D. P. Ranney, A. Strong, R. A. Whidden, P. R. Whithington, W. S. Worcester; second mandolin--M. T. Briggs, R. Clifford, C. K. Clinton, L. F. Rannfeld, H. N. Matthews, H. A. von Wedelstaedt, R. A. Wells; third mandolin--N. S. Anderson, M. Bowditch, R. C. Colt, E. G. Flint, F. C. Gray, W. B. Prescott, M. S. Rice, M. S. Robbins; violins--L. I. Grinnell, F. L. H. Sjoestroem, R. B. Wigglesworth; guitars--O. R. Diehl, J. A. King, V. Morris, S. H. Tolles, Jr., G. Whitman; 'cellos--R. M. Blackall, J. P. Gilkey.
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