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1923 Class Song Due on May 3

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

All manuscripts and music for the Freshman Class Song must be handed in To Dr. Davison or to R. G. Hooker, Jr., '23, at James Smith B22 on or before next Monday, May 3. Manuscripts must be typewritten and signed, and the words must be original. The music may be original, or may be some good, well-known tune; no popular dance music will be accepted. Two men may collaborate in writing music and lyric. The successful song will be sung at the Jubilee, and will be permanently used as the song of the class of 1923.

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