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Glee Club singers, 53 strong, will leave Cambridge tomorrow afternoon for a spring trip of seven concerts in seven different cities. The first trip to be taken by any musical club of the University since 1916, it is by far the biggest in the club's history. Dr. Archibald T. Davison '06 will be the conductor during the entire week while S. M. Crocker '20 and H. MacFadden '21, managers, will have charge of all arrangements. Two accompanists, M. M. Smith '20 and R. S. Childe '22 will make the trip and the soloists will be I. F. Lautner '21, tenor, and H. E. Scott, Jr., '22, violin.
Symphony Hall in Boston will be the scene of the first concert on Sunday afternoon at 3.30 o'clock when, in conjunction with the Symphony Orchestra members of the Club will sing for the benefit of the orchestra's Pension Fund.
After singing in Philadelphia and in Washington on the two following days the club will travel west to Cincinnati, Detroit, and Cleveland.
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