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LAST WHITING RECITAL.

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The last Whiting recital of the season will be given tonight at 8 o'clock in New Lecture Hall. As this is the last opportunity that will be afforded for some time to hear Mr. Whiting, it seems fitting that ample notice should be given, lest this concert be overlooked. The recital promises to be one of the best of the series; and that is saying a great deal, for it has been of unusually high standard throughout. One of the best ways of showing the gratitude which is due Mr. Whiting for his efforts is to make this, the farewell performance, an enthusiastic one. Thanks are also due the alumni, whose support has made these concerts possible. Believing that no man should leave Harvard without at least having had the opportunity of hearing the world's greatest musical literature, the alumni have each year for several years past, contributed from one to two thousand dollars toward these recitals, and they rightly expect that the undergraduates will take advantage of this opportunity.

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