The Student Vagabond
The Vagabond, after sneaking into Paine Hall last night to hear Mr. George Copeland present an interesting program of modern music interspersed with some Brahms, will resume his musical education this morning at 10 o'clock in the Music Building, where today's specialty it seems, is the grand finale of a fortnight of eighteenth century dances. The Vagabond is looking forward to the record of Frederick Stock conducting the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in Bach's Suite in B minor, for flute and string orchestra. And after the overture, he will strain his ears for the stately rhythm of the polonaise, and the humorous, catchy tones of the badinerie, which shows Bach in his lightest vein.
Other lectures of interest that will attract the Vagabond are:
"Germanic Relations with Napoleon I," Professor Fay, Germanic Museum.
"Schiller and German Romanties," Professor Babbitt, Sever 11.
"Stolcism and Epicureanism," Professor Perry, Emerson D.
"The Faerie Queene," Professor Matthiessen, Sever 11.