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The University Glee Club, under the leadership of G. W. Woodworth, acting conductor, will sing on Tuesday night at Wheaton College, Norton. Fifty-five men have been chosen to take the trip, and they will leave Cambridge at 5.45 o'clock on busson, returning immediately after the concert.
The program will consist of a selection of the songs which the Glee Club has been studying this year, and most of which it has already given at its concerts in Symphony Hall. One of the compositions which the Club will sing is Brahms' Rhapsody, which it sang in its first Symphony Hall concert last fail.
At this performance Mme. Segrid Onegiu assisted the Club and sang the contralto solo for the Rhapsody. At Wheaton College on Tuesday night, the solo will be sung by Mrs. Amy Durfee.
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