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LIST OF ENTERTAINMENTS, SEASON 1915-16
JULY 3, 1915.
Luncheon to Mayor Henry W. Kiel, St. Louis. Vice-President W.
Luncheon to Wilbur C. Phillips, Secretary Committee on Unit Organization, Washington, D. C. Vice-President W. T. A. Fitzgerald Speakers: Hon. Samuel J. Elder; H. Staples Potter; John N. Cole; Addison L. Winship; E. T. Hartman; March G. Bennett; Wilbur C. Phillips.
Reception to the students of the American City Bureau. George S. Smith spoke on the work of the Boston City Club. John Nolen spoke on "Commercial and Social Advantages of City Planning." Luncheon was served.
Luncheon to the visiting Governors of the United States. Governor
Concert by the Boston Quintet, assisted by Edwin M. Whitney,
Luncheon to Lord Aberdeen. President Frederick P. Fish presiding.
Hon. Edward F. McSweeney, Chairman of the Port Directors
Equal Suffrage Debate - For: Hon. Joseph Walker; Hon. Samuel
Rustom Rustomjee -"India and the War." James P. Munroe presiding. Illustrated. Miran Sevasly spoke on conditions in Armenia at the dinner.
Luncheon to Hon. Frederic C. Howe, Commissioner of Immigration,
Eric H. Ewartz, Superintendent Fore River Shipbuilding Company.
Election returns by stereopticon.
Francis Neilson, M.P.-"Has Democracy Failed?" Rev. Harold
Luncheon to Ex-President William H. Taft. Speakers: President
Luncheon to J. W. Bengeough. George S. Smith presiding. Mr.
Prof. Scott Nearing-"Public Opinion." Prof. Albert Bushnell
City Planning Conference. James P. Munroe presiding. J. Randolph
Hon. Champ Clark-"United States of America in the Twentieth
Vice-President W. T. A. Fitzgerald, Toastmaster; Hon. Edmund
Grand Opera. Madame Maria Gay; Misses Elizabeth Campbell and
Hon. J. Adam Bede-"Our Nation: Its Problems and Progress."
Illustrated lecture -"Glacier National Park and the Blackfeet Indians." Laurence D. Kitchell. F. S. Arnold presiding. Moving pictures and stereopticon.
Annual Club dinner. Guest, Hon. Myron T. Herrick, Former Am-
Boston City Club night at the Opera House. Special performance of "Carmen."
Norman Angell-"America's Place in the Community of Nations."
Col. H. L. Hawthorne, U. S. A. (Retired)-"Modern Ordnance." (Illustrated.) Adjutant-General C. H. Cole presiding. Speakers at dinner: George S. Smith; C. H. Cole; Brigadier-General Philip Reade; Walter Humphries; Surgeon-General F. P. Williams; W. T. A. Fitzgerald; Col. F. F. Cutting; George B. Glidden.
New Year's Eve celebration. Vaudeville, moving pictures, music. JANUARY 6, 1916.
Capt. Granville Fortescue -"The War on All Fronts.". Illustrated by moving pictures and stereopticon. Gen. Walter E. Lombard presiding.
Luncheon to Richard S. Childs. Subject of discussion: "The Short
William Lyman Underwood. Illustrated lecture -"Fisherman's
Luncheon to Ex-Mayor Thomas N. Hart, on his eighty-seventh birth-
Howard H. Gross "Tariff Commission League." Vice-President
Luncheon to Walter D. MoodyChicago Plan Commission. Vice-
Luncheon to Major-General Leonard A. Wood-"Preparedness."
Concert by the Amphion Club. E. Cutter, Jr., Conductor. Sixty voices.
Hon. Dudley Field Malone -"Permanent American Prosperity."
Luncheon to David Jayne Hill. Richard H. Dana presiding.
Lincoln Celebration. Speakers at dinner: Hon. W. F. Murray; Dr.
Luncheon to Robert Catherwood and Robert W. Belcher. Subject
of meeting "Civil Service." Richard H. Dana, presiding. Speakers: Mr. Catherwood and Mr. Belcher.
Luncheon to William H. Hamilton. Mr. Hamilton discussed conditions in Poland.
Luncheon to Mayor C. M. Fassett, of Spokane, Wash. Prof. W. B.
Edward A. Filene -"American Business After the War." J. Randolph Coolidge, Jr., presiding. Speakers at dinner: F. V. Thompson; Meyer Bloomfield; Dr. J. L. Tryon.
E. M. Newman Travel Talk"Brazil." Moving pictures. FEBRUARY 28.
Henry Berger, Jr. — “The Columbia, America's Great Highway, from
Operatic Concert - Mme. Evelyn Scotney, Soprano; Miss Florence
Luncheon to Morris L. Cooke. Prof. Felix Frankfurter presiding.
Luncheon to Peter Witt. Rev. Harold Marshall presiding. Subject; "Street Car Traffic."
John Cowper Powys "American vs. European Ideal of Life." Prof.
Dr. Alexander Graham Bell, Inventor of the Telephone. E. K. Hall presiding. Speakers at dinner: W. T. A. Fitzgerald; Hon. Calvin Coolidge; Charles F. Read; Dr. Clarence J. Blake; Alfred Hemenway; Thomas J. Feeney. Welcome by Mayor James M. Curley. MARCH 16.
Hon. Henry Breckinridge -"Preparedness." Henry P. Brown pre-