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Few if any, poets have been more celebrated in song and story than Hans Sachs the shoemaker Meistersinger of Nuremberg. Though his fame rests principally on a comparatively small number of his inimitably sweet songs, he was nevertheless an extraordinarily fertile poet. According to his own account he had, ten years before his death, composed 4275 Meisterlieder, 1700 tales and fables in verse, and 203 dramas, surely a stupendous production in any case.
Sachs will be the subject of a lecture to be given this morning at 11 o'clock in the Germanic Museum by Professor Howard.
Lectures of interest are:
"Peter Abalard", Professor Gilson, Emerson F. Philosophy 13a.
"Vocational Education,' Professor Helmes, Laurence 3, Education A.
"Piero Pollainoto: Verrocchilo", Verrocchilo", Professor Edgell, Robinson Hall, Fine Arts 5h.
"The Character of French Gothic Architecture," Professor Edgell, Robinson Hall, Fine Arts 4a.
"Islarnic Pottery", Dr. Ernst Knehnel, Lecture Hall, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
"Organ Recital". Mr. Woodworth, Appleton Chapel.
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