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GADE ELECTED PRESIDENT OF INSTRUMENTAL CLUB FOR 1930

Edwards, Frothingham, Bradly, Parker, Hildreth Also Officers

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At a meeting of the Harvard Instrumental Club at Phillips Brooks House on Monday night F. H. Gade '31 was chosen president, to serve from the beginning of the next academic year until after the Club's Christmas trip. The other officers who will enter on their duties at the same time under this new arrangement are: R. G. Edwards '31, vice president: J. R. Frothingham '33, secretary: R. R. Hildreth '31, librarian: A. H. Parker '32, leader of the Banjo Club: J. M. Bradly '33, leader of the Mandolin Club. Gade will serve also as leader of the Vocal Club.

The Club will give its last concert of the season at New Bedford on Friday.

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