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LECTURES, CONCERTS TO TAKE AIR OVER WIXAL

ORGAN, GLEE CLUB RECITALS VARY BROADCASTS

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During April and May station WIXAL will broadcast internationally 16 University classroom lectures and concerts, it was announced yesterday. Lectures in the fields of Government, Economics, Astronomy, English Literature and History, and Music will continue the program started this spring as an innovation in educational broadcasting.

Broadcasts scheduled for next month are: "The Labor Movement in the United States, 1865-1900", Paul H. Buck, assistant professor of History, April 6; "The Noblest Monument of English Prose", John L. Lowes, Higginson Professor of English Literature, April 13; "The Great Masters of Baroque and Rococo Music", Dr. Hugo Leichtentirtt '94, April 14; "Astronomical Tests of the Theory of Relativity", Bart J. Bok, assistant professor of Astronomy, April 20; "The Romantic and Impressionistic Aspects of Landscape Painting in Music", Dr. Leichtentirtt, April 21; "Government Regulation of Industry", Edward S. Mason, associate professor of Economics, April 27.

The May schedule includes: "American Neutrality, 1914-1917", James P. Baxter, Professor of History, May 4; concerts by the Glee Club on May 11, May 18, and May 25; organ recitals on May 11 and May 25 by Archibald T. Davison '05, Professor of Choral Music; and "The Political System of Japan", Dr. Albert E. Hindmarsh, instructor in Government, May 18. The station broadcasts on 6.04 and 11.79 metacycles.

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