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Last Whiting Recital

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The fifth and last concert in Mr. Arthur Whiting's series of expositions of chamber music for this year will be given in the New Lecture Hall this evening at 8.15 o'clock. There will be no charge for admission, and the concert will be open only to officers and students of the University.

Mr. Whiting will be assisted by Mrs. Charles Rabold, soprano; Mrs. Anna Taylor Jones, contralto; Mr. William Wheeler, tenor; and Mr. Edmund A. Jahn, bass. The program will consist of a group of old Irish melodies, arranged by Mr. Whiting, and Liebeslieder (Walzer), op. 52-65, by Brahms.

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