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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1900)
ORGAN TO BE DEDICATED.
Claronee Eddy, for many years ac
knowledged as chiei among American
organists, has, through his brilliant
and wonderfully successful concert
work in Europe in recent years, estab
lished himself pre-eminently among
the greatest organ virtuosos of the
Of his playing no more need be said
than was contained in the testimonial
given him by the great German master,
August Haupt: "In organ playing the
performances of Mr. Eddy are worthy
to bo designated as eminent, and lie is
undoubtedly the peer of the greatest
Clarenco Eddy was born June 23,
1851, in Greenfield, Mass., and began
his musical education at the age of 11.
In 1867 he studied under Dudley Buck
at Hartford, Conn., and from 1868 to
1871 was organist of Bethany church,
Montpelier, Vt. Then he went to Ber
lin and studied under August Haupt
and Albert Locschhorn. Returning to
this country in 1874 ho became organ
ist of the First Congregational church
of Chicago, and after two years went
to the First Presbyterian church,
where he was organist and choirmaster
for seventeen years. In 1876 be became
general director of the Hershey school
of musical art at Chicago, and gave
there his famous series of one hundred
organ recitals without any repetitions.
Mr. Eddy has played at the Vienna ex
position in 1873; Centennial exposition,
Philadelphia, in 1876; Paris exposition
in 1889 and the World's fair at Chicago
in 1893, and concertized In the chief
American and European cities with
Mr. Eddy will dedicate the new uni
versity pipe organ in the armory of
the university February 25. It is
urged that as many students as possi
ble will attend this opening, as it is
lioped that the final payment on the in
strument may come from the proceeds.
WORK FOR MRS. WILSON.
Mrs.'Wllson, dean of women, has con
sented to servo on the committee of
finance and publication of the associa
tion of collegiate alumna). The other
members of this committee are Miss
M. Carey Thomas, president of Bryn
Mawr college; Mrs. H. H. Backus,
trustee of Vassar college; Mrs. Alice
Freeman Palmer, president of Wei-
lesley college from 1S81 to 1S88; Mrs.
Mary Roberts Smith, assistant profes
sor of sociology at Leland Stanford,
Jr., university; Miss Marion Talbot,
dean and associate professor in the
"University of Chicago, and Mrs. Alice
Upton Pearman, president of the asso
ciation of collegiate alumna).
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The addresses of the following
alumni are not known at the univer
sity. Any information as to their
-whereabouts sent to H. G. Shedd, uni
versity publisher, will bo considered a
favor: Frank P. Hurd, Wayland
Bailey, Ralph A. Weston, Charles L.
Boggs, William R. Knapp, Eugene D.
Thurston, Mary C. Cass, Charles W.
Baldwin, William N. Hytton, Edward
IF. Dodd, Vernon J. Emory, Daniel
"Worth, William A. Padlesak, Lawrence
B. Pillsbury, Will L. Halsttmu, Francis
11. Lumbertson, Frederick 0. Martin,
Amos W. Foote, AVilliam Tt. Boldlng,
Kanork M. Kricorlan, John M. Zlolle,
Orln E. Mulvane, Joniiings Coffman,
Mary Alice Lutz, Malilen A. Kelso,
David R. Dungan. Charles W. Meyers,
Joe R. Brardsley, Clofis L. B. Blanser,
Ed G. Wilkinson, Charles L. Bralnard,
C. D. Wilbor, William P. Sullivan,
Elizabeth Uuukncr, Norman A. Sauk
utt, 'Georg'a A. Arbuckle, Charles A.
THiilo, Charles Trumbull, Clark S.
IKnthan, Frank W. Kramor. Florence
1 iTonoB, ThonuiB G. Ryan, Lester E.
"NIokolBon, Frodorick S. Henry.
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