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Pierian Sodality to Dine

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In celebration of the 112th anniversary of its founding, the Pierian Sodality will hold its annual banquet tomorrow evening at 6 o'clock in the Tower Room of Memorial Hall. The Pierian Sodality was founded in 1808 and is, according to statistics, the oldest orchestra in this country. When first founded the Pierian players were used as a fife and drum corps in the war of 1812. Later the organization developed into an orchestra for serenading the young ladies of Cambridge. Although its activities were curtailed during the War, the organization has now regained its former standing as a symphony orchestra. The new policy of playing selections of a popular nature, has been inaugurated this season with considerable success.

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