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Competition for Senior Class Song

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The competition for the Senior Class Song, open to Seniors only, begins today. The class of 1914 wants a song which can be sung at all graduate and undergraduate gatherings of the class, and which will be sung by the Glee Club on Class Day.

The requirements for the song are few. It must be simple and spirited and of a sufficiently dignified type to be sung at all class occasions. It should consist of two verses with or without chorus. Men who have words without music or music without words can get a collaborator by applying at Hollis 4. Men may hand in as many songs as they wish.

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