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The Odeon Society presented to us on Thursday, May 3rd, a brief review of the
American drama together with illustrations from the first American Comedy, "The
Contrast," by Royall Tyler. The discussion was very interesting and the scenes from
the comedy extremely amusing.
On Saturday afternoon, April 14th, the Aeolian Society gave us a review of the
life and works of Schubert. The selections for voice, piano and organ were pleasing
and expertly rendered. The last number was the Toy Symphony by the whole orches-
tra which called forth encore after encore.
Thursday evening, May 24th, gave us a chance to compare Alfred Emmanuel
Smith and Herbert Clarke Hoover in their qualifications for the Presidency as pre-
sented by four members of Q. E. D. Their lives and positions on National and Inter-
national questions were taken up in detail and we felt much better prepared for the
A. D. S. has been interested this year in modern, one-act plays. Their work was
shown by The Glow! Stofgf and .Mpprerred Derjrer given in January. Since then a play
has been read at each meeting.
Lei Beamx Arif has been busy educating our artistic tastes this winter. They have
displayed pictures from their collection on the bulletin board by the package room
and have changed it every week. The pictures chosen show discrimination and
Ploilamfztlaem gave us a very interesting and instructive talk on Thursday, May
31st, on the development of transportation. We never knew before from what small
beginnings our mighty railroad trains came.