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The University Band inaugurated its 1926-1927 season with the practice hold last night in Sanders Theatre. Although 65 men entered the trials which were held the previous evening, there is still a lack of trumpeters, cornetists, and clarinet players, and the management urges all Freshmen and upper classmen who can play to report. Practice will be held every Wednesday and Thursday night during the fall, and candidates may try out at either of the rehearsals next week. Under the direction of A. F. Keeley '27, the band is planning several specialty acts for the coming fall.
Band Officers Elected
Officers of the band for the coming year are: Ambrose Francis Keeley '27, of Fall River, Director; Robert Thornton Smith '27, of Saco, Me,; President; Randolph Piper '27, of Lexington, Manager: Charles Philip Englehardt '28, Secretary; Samuel Ganz '28, Treasurer; and Louis Burton Benjamin '29, Librarian. Contrary to the practice of the Harvard University Band Club in previous years, members will be elected at the close of the football season instead of in the spring. The members of Band Club are chosen on the basis of their work during the past season.
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