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?V L & AN LXI'LAINS'I
STRUCTURE OF ATOMS
t4eda4ing i1y"se4k'a1 Teorte.s oe 1'resei1r
Mai, Siencee Expounded In
Reecent lecture
IS LABORATORY DIRECTOR'
Discussing the struicture and hob-
its of the atom, Dr. William F:(C.
Swan, director of the Bartol Pounda-':
tion Research Laboratories in Phila-
delphia, delivered his lecture on " Thel
Riddle of the Atom" Friday afternoori 1
in the West Physics building lecturet
hail. Dr. Swan has been for many j
years i~n authority on electro-magnet-
ic theories and as such has; held pro-I
fessional positions at the Universities
of Minnesota, Chicago, and Yale.
Dr. Swan was introduced by Pro-
fessor H. ,MN. Randall of the physics
department and after a short prerora-
tion in which hie compared the atom
to a multi-cycle motor' and the ex- i
istent physical theories to men who
are bound to grow old hie proceeded
to explain in a few words the theories
of the leading physicists of this day.,
With regard to the atom and how and'
why it Aworkls, hr sa id, "Tile tendency
of the modern ciiivuntnr-i .theory is to j
find out how the atom. works." In this
connection Dr. Swan believes that
his theory that one Ottom can affect 1
others without itself being affected is
of more importance than the conser-,
v~ation of energy theory to which it I
is opposed. In developing' the struc-;t r f t e a o ib h o rS w r
feld theory he said the atom was re-
itin-~ light is its electrons Wass front i
presented as a planetary system em-
one to another. Of the Born-Heisen-
ber-S'ehrodinger theory. Dr. Sw-an re-,
marked that it was "one in which no i
Ionger do we have a model of the
atomn, but we -content ourselves with
describing the behavior of the atome
in mathematical language which ap-
peals to the correspondenc'e between!
,certain regularities in mathem'atical
structure and the regularities exhib-
ited by the atom"
The lecture wash delivered under
the auspices of Sigma Xi, the honor-
~ary engineering fraternity, at whoseI
Initiation banquet Dr. Swan gave an-
other talik
ADELPIII TO MA KE
PLANS FORPARTY!,
Officers for the next year will be
nominated and new members will be
initiated at a meethng of Adelphil
house of irepresentatives in Angell
b2all at T:30 o'clock this evening. I
Those norninated tonight wi~l b1e el-
ec;ted at a later meeting. Planswill
also be discussed for the annual Adel-!
phi banquiet to be held in the Uionf
Thursday, May 24.
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HILL AUDITFORIUM
MAY- 16, 17, 18 19
First C entcert, Wednesday, May 16, 8:15 O'clock
SOLO ISTS
IVA$(GA1ET MATZENAUEII, VontraMt
THE CHICAGO WVMPH'10-oNWOR-('H %:Sft40'gRuk
FRED)EICK' STOC K and TERIC DELIJAARTER (("nest), Cond oidors
3i11 I RSS )RHEAD, Accompanist
PROGRAM
OVERTURE, "The Flying Dutchmnan" ................. .Wagner
ARIAS: (a) "Voce dii donna" from "La Gioconda".....Ponchielli
(b) "Ah nmons fill" from "Le Prophet e"....Meyerbe er
Margaret Matzenauer'
CONCERTO No. I for Organ and Orchestra........... DeLanm-ter
Fast, with verve; Very Slowly; Brightly
Palmer Christian
(The Composer Conducting)
(Dedication tof the new Fieze MeRmorial Organ, built by the Skinner
Organ Companyr, Boston, Massachusetts)
SONGS': ( ) St pphische Ode
(b) Von $Jwiger L1.iebe. ................. ...Brahms
(c) Widmo~ng.. ,............... .......Schumalnn
(d) Erlkoni ...... ,................Schubert
* Mmne. Matzenauer
Intermission
ORGAN : OLDS:
(a) Scherzo, "HYmn of Pan" ..... ................Moore
(b) Im~pression .. .............. .. ...... Karl FElert
(c) Toccata, "Thou Art the Rock"...1 ... ......... Mulet
Mr. Christian
SUJITE for Orchestra, Opus 19.............. ...Dohnanyl
Andante con Variazione; 'Scherzo; ,Romanza; Ronda
ARIA, "Gerecliter Got" from "Rienzi".............. .Wagner
NMe. Matzenauer
Second Concert, Thursday, May 17, 8 :15 O4'clock
SOLOISTS
MARIE MON~TANA, Soprano CHASE BAROM~EO, Baca
)IERLE AIJCOCK, Contra~lto UNIVERSITY CHIORALI UNION
TUDOR q~DAVIES, Tenor C('11,01? N'S (ChORUS
RAY)IUN1) KOCH, Baritone Chl1CA~rO SYNIONV OfCII.
PA LME VtRlITIAN, Organist EAl V. MWIREt1, Cindd1wcO
"SAINT FRANCIS 011, ASSISI"' .........................PIierne
An Oratorio in a Prologue and Two Parts
CAST OF CHARACTERS

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Friar An'gelo
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PFar Masseo.....Philip Culkin

Sister "Clare .....Marie Montana
The Lady Poverty.. Merle Alcock
Birds.... ....Children's Chorus
Friends of St. Francis,. Peo-
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Third Concert, Friday, May 18$, 2:30. O'clock
SOLOISTS
IWENN(0 RARIN4W, .VkdhIi A MARIE MONTANA, Soprano
ChiIlfrOAN sF0sthal ('horny (Weheptral Accoipanlineut
1RE IERI4:K STO(CJ( anrd JUVA HIGBEE, Conductors ,
MABEL ROSS RHEAD, Accomnanist
PROGRAM
OVERZTURtE, to "The Impresario" .... ...........Mozart
ARIA, "Siccome un di" from "The Pearl Fishers" ..,........Bizet
'Marie Montana.:
CONCER TO for Violin and Orchestra, "E Minor, Ops 64..
.. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . :: . M exidelsohn
B~enno RAbiof
Intermission
CANTATIA, "The(sQuest of the Queer, Prince". ....... ........Hyde
Children's Festivral Chorus
VIOLIN SOLOS:
Waltz Scherzo............. ................. .Chabrier
Gypsy caprice .......... ....................... Kreisler
Witches' Dance .... ........... ................Paganinii
Benno IRabinof
SONGS:
The Cry n,4 of Waters........ ... {....... Campbell Tipton
The Soft-Footed Snow.................... Sigurd Lie
In the Silence of the Night..... ............. .Rachma-ninoff
Love Went t Riding . ............. .Prank Bridge
Fourth Concert, Friday, May 18, 8:15 O'clock
SOLOIST
LEONORIA CORO~NA, Soprano
The University Choral Uilon The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Frederick Stock, Percy Grainger (Guest), Con~ductors.
Painter Christian, Organist Mabel Ross Rhead, FPiantst
PROGRAM
OVERTURE, "Le Baruffe Chizzotte," Opus 32...........Sinigaglia
ARIAS: (a) "Casta Diva" from "Norma................ .Bllni
(b) "Stticidio" from 'La Gioconda"...:.........Ponchielli
Leonora Corona
SYMPHIONY No. 4 E Flat Major, Opus 48........... ....Glazounow.
"Marching Song of Democracy".... ........................... Grainger
University Choral Union
(Conducted by the Comnposer)
Intermission
ARIAS: (a) "In Quelle Trine Morbide" fromi "Manon".... .. Puccini
(b) "Vissi d'arte" from "Tosca"' .......... ....... Puccini
Leonora Corona
SUITE from "L'Oiseau de Fee" ..... .........Strawinsky
ARIA, "Adieu, forets," from "Jeanne ad'Arc"........... Tchaikowsky
Leonora Corona
Fifth Concert, Saturday, May 19, 2:30 O'clock
SOLOIST
PERCY GRAINGER, Pianist CHICAGO SYMP1hONY ORCHESTRA
FREDERICK STOCK, Conductor
PROGRAM
OVERTURE, "The Roman Carnival,' Opus 9..........w.....Berlioz
SYMPHONY No. 5, E Minor, Opus 64.......... ,.....Tehaikowsky
Intermission.
CONCERTO for Pianoforte, A Minor, Opus 16. ,..a. . .........rieg
Percy Grainger
Sixth Concert, Saturday, May 19, 8:15 O'clock
"AIDA" GVJISEPPE VE RDI
An Opera in Four Acts
CAST
Aida..........,..... ... ................. .. ....,. Leone Kruse
_Amneris ...... .. ............................ .. .Marion Telva
ih Priestess .........:...... ............ ......Thelmna Lewis
Radames ...... ..................... ...Paul Althouse
Amanasro............. ..................... ... -Marie Basiola mh'
The King .......................Chase aroineo'
The AMessenger.................. .................Frank Rlyan
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