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Carrying signs reading, "Back the Deacon's Testament" ten Kirkland residents serenaded their House for 20 minutes yesterday afternoon.
The impromptu demonstration for the Kirkland yearbook began at 2 p.m. and lasted until bucket-wielding fire-fighters took over the field.
The band, supported by Assistant Dean Harlan P. Hanson '48 on the baritone, played "Harvardians," "Ten Thousand Men," and formed a K around the sundial. The afternoon concert ended on a note of triumph with Kirkland's fight song, "Noel."
The yearbook, threatened by low funds, is drumming up support to enable it to continues publication.
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