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ELIOT AND CABOT JOIN GLEE CLUB IN TRIBUTE TO DAVISON

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Last night at the annual dinner of the University Glee Club in the Harvard Club the University paid its formal farewell to Dr. A. T. Davison '06, who will be absent from Cambridge on his sabbatical next year.

President Eliot, who because of the importance of the occasion broke his usual rule of not speaking in the evening, and Mr. Richard C. Cabot '89, Professor of Social Ethics in the University, paid glowing tributes to Dr. Davison's work as professor, as organist in Appleton Chapel, and as conductor of the Glee Club, which he has made the most widely known organization of its kind in America. After the dinner, at which approximately 175 past and present members of the club attended, there was organized singing.

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