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The Cornell Daily Sun, Volume XLVI, Number 86, 14 January 1926 — ANNUAL CONCERT GIVEN BY WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB [ARTICLE]

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ANNUAL CONCERT GIVEN BY WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB

The sixth annual concert of the Cornell Women's Glee Club was given before a large audience in the University Theatre last evening. Several of the nXimbers presented were given at the Founder's Day banquet Monday evening. Novelty numbers made up a portion of the program. A series of planologues by Miss Rosalie Cohen '29. a blind student, were well received. A touch of the originality of the club members themselves was given In Miss G. H. Wood's. '27, recitation of Oscar Wilde's "The Happy Prince." The poem was given with a piano accompaniment, written for the occasion by Miss L. H. Lehman "28 and played by Miss C. L. Wasner '26^ The club was aided by Roger Klnne '28. one of the soloists accompanying the Musical Clubs on their Christma* tour. He gave an Indian song in appropriate costume. Solos by Miss Shirley Miller '28 and the dancing duet from "Hansel and Gretel" completed the principal numbers.


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