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Ever since he first began to feed the squirrels in the Yard, and haunt the shades of Sever--not to mention other sanctuaries--the Student Vagabond has disliked the month of March. Notwithstanding its general accepted zoological aspects, this month has always seemed to him more or less a Sahara: nor do the prevalent examinations--leading educators are agreeing with the Vagabond that they are a bane--serve in any way to aid the desert in its traditional work of blossoming as the rose.
So it is with joy that he hails those things which add, as it were, the perfume to the flower--music, the theatre. Already we have had the new opera company in our midst for a week and today those who wish to non-operatic music may do so in Paine Hall of the Music Building at 10 o'clock. At that hour, Mr. Raymond Havens will play selections from Schumann the Vagabond, quite a precocious infant, whistled some of his melodies with his first breath Chopin and Liszt.
Besides that, the following lectures today and Monday, may prove of interest.
"Burying the Hatchet with Great Britain," Professor Baxter, Harvard 2.
"Russia's Economic Development in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century," Professor Karpovich, Sever 21.
"Bernini," Mr. Opdyke, Fogg Museum.
"The Assembly of the League of Nations," Professor Wynne, Harvard 3.
"The Outer Planets," Professor Stetson, Astronomical Laboratory
"Wagner's Life," Professor Hill, Music Building.
"Rude," Professor Post, Old Fogg Museum.
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