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The discussions of graduate and undergraduate members of the Instrumental Clubs last night showed an intense interest which bodes well for the success of the new officers. Elected amid voicing of universal opinion that the Clubs this year reached a low ebb, these officers are entrusted with the task of reviving enthusiasm. Specific plans are as yet unsettled, but the purposeful attitude of the members who voted down a motion to disband contrasts favorably with last autumn's lethargic rehearsals.

Varied schemes for reorganization were suggested and discussed, prominent among them being the modification of banjo and mandolin activities. This is a logical step, in line with modern tastes and trends. The vocal Club is the strongest member of the organization because of its natural appeal to students who prefer lighter music than that offered by the Glee Club. Around it, the Gold Coast Orchestra, and the ever-popular specialty acts, the new officers can build the prospects for a highly successful season.

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