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Plans for the organization of an informal vocal group similar to Yale's Wiffenpoofs were revealed yesterday by Robert Coleman '42, next year's president of the Instrumental Club.
"All Harvard needs is a little encouragement to break, forth in the beer - drinking, lamppost - hanging type of singing that we are going to sponsor next year," Coleman remarked. He added that tryouts will soon be given in the Union for interested Freshmen.
Coleman added that a major qualification for the new members must be congeniality, which will make them popular at parties and other social functions where informal singing would be enjoyed.
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