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INSTRUMENTAL CLUBS ELECT 18 NEW MEMBERS

Total of 28 Have Joined the Clubs for 1936-37; 35 of 50 Will Make Trip During Holidays

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Eighteen new men were elected as provisional members of the Instrumental Clubs after the trials at the Music Building last night. Since ten men have already been elected, a total of 28 1936-37 members have joined the clubs.

Thirty-five of the 50 members in all will make the Christmas trip to the Harvard Clubs of Chicago, Cincinnatt, and Rochester. Some of these recently elected will go.

The 18 new men include the following: Roy P. Baker, Jr. '39, Vincent R. Balley '40. David S. Burt '40, Stewart M. Dall '38, Francis G. Eaton '38, Richard F. Foss '40, Phillips Hallowell '40, David G. Halstead '40, John C. Jones '39, W. Kimhall, Jr. '38, Henry W. Locke '38, August R. Mayer '40, James M. E. Minter '40, Samuel F. Peirce '40, George Shortledge '40, Stephen E. Stanton '38, William W. Waters '37, and Arnold H. Williams '39.

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