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tnlrd Faculty Recital.
Tho third faculty recltnl of tho Uni
versity School of M,uslc will bo given
by Alleyno Archibald, Thursday even
ing, March 7th, in Memorial Hall, at
eight o'clock. All lovers of music aro
cordially .invited. '
BrahmsVariations and Fugue on
Thome by Haondol.
Beethoven Sonate, C minor, Op.
111. Maestoso Allegro con brio.
Hoyinann "Play of tho Elves" (Con
Sibelius Barcarola, G minor.
Schulz-Evler Arabesques on Themes
from "Blue Danube waltz."
Rubinstein Concerto, No. 4, D
minor. Moderato assai. Andante. Al
logro. (Orchestral Parts on Second Piano,
Several men are wanted for the bass
and tenor parts of "Hiawatha's
Wedding March," whjch will be sung
with the Thomas Orchestra in tho
spring. The practice will be under
the direction of Mrs. Raymond at 5
o'clock on Monday, Wednesday and
Professor AyreB has made tho li
brary a valuable donation, consisting
of a set of English Common Law Re
ports in 118 volumes, and English Ex
chequer in 47 volumes. The sots have
been much needed and will be highly
Dean Bessey goes to Augustina Col
lege, Rock Island, Illinois, In May, to
deliver an address on "The Place of
Llnne In the Scientific World," at the
celebration of the two hundredth an
niversary of tho great Swedish scien
The Association of Collegiate Alumni
will meet Friday evening at the home
of Miss Louise Pound, 1G32 L street.
Professor Grummann will deliver a
talft on "Hauptmann."
There will bo a regular .meeting of
Sem. Bot. Wednesday evening at 7:30
In N. 104. H. W. Bane 4will road a
paper on "Methods of .Plant Pathol
ogy," and C. G. Bates ono qn "Timber
Dean Pound has purchased a fine
microscope for the continuation of his
study in botany in which he has kept
up considerable Interest since ho took
his A. B. in 1889.
Tho Y. M. C. A. nominating commit
tee will meet at tht association rooms
tomorrow evening at 7.30 for tho pur
pose of nomlmttlng oMcers for rhe en
suing year, rhfc officers take up their
duties about the first of May.
Miss Minnie Jensa, '05, who will be
remombered as prominent, in the
girls' basket-ball, has returned for a
few days' visit. .
Tho botany laboratory at tho farm
Is in receipt of a shipment of micro
scopes from Germany. The yalue of
these instruments is about $1,200.
Professor John .N. Bennett, of Doane
College, will offer a course In arith
metic of special interest to technical
students, In the summer school.
If you have dance programs, tickets
or posters to be printed, go to Mc
Voy's, 125 No. 12th St.
There Is no time like Harris' time.
If your watch Isn't up to date you bet
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