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OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES
November, 1913-November, 1914
FREDERICK P. FISH, President
JAMES W. ROLLINS, First Vice-President
JAMES E. DOWNEY, Secretary
ADDISON L. WINSHIP, Civic Secretary
Board of Governors
March G. Bennett
Charles L. Burrill
W. T. A. Fitzgerald, Chairman.
Frederick Homer, Secretary
Louis E. Kirstein
Charles H. Thurber
James E. Fee, Chairman
George E. Brock
Arthur E. Dorr
S. W. Reynolds
George S. Smith
Art and Library Committee
R. H. Gardiner, Jr., Chairman
Edward A. Filene
Dr. David D. Scannell, Chairman
Charles M. Rogers
Samuel F. Hubbard, Chairman
George S. Smith
James W. Rollins, Chairman
Horace Bacon, Chairman
Charles M. Cabot
David A. Ellis
FOR THE INFORMATION OF MEMBERS OF THE CLUB
"This Club is founded in the spirit of good fellowship and every member of the Club knows every other member without an introduction."
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR NOVEMBER
Tuesday Evening, November 3
will be received and tabulated at the Club House, beginning as early as the first returns are secured. Special wires will be installed for prompt service.
Thursday Evening, November 5
The Entertainment Committee announces an
OPERA NIGHT AT THE CLUB HOUSE
Through the courtesy of the management of the Boston Theatre Opera Company, the following attractive program will be presented: CONCERT BY MEMBERS OF THE BOSTON THEATRE OPERA COMPANY
5. "Largo al Factotum" (The Barber of Seville)
Signor Millo Picco
6. Habanera (Carmen)
Miss Alice Gentle
Mmes. Kristoffy and Gentle, Messrs. Sacchetti and Picco
The high quality of opera now being produced at the Boston Theatre assures us of a magnificent concert equal to the several operatic concerts in past years.
A DINNER WILL PRECEDE THE CONCERT.
MAY SECURE TICKETS AT THE OFFICE OF THE CIVIC SECRETARY.
Monday Evening, November 9
BOSTON CITY CLUB NIGHT AT THE BOSTON THEATRE
Through the courtesy of the management, there is to be presented to the members of the Club "IL TROVATORE," with a strong cast. Special prices have been made at $1.50 and $1.00 for orchestra seats. The sale of tickets will open at the Club House at 10.30 Friday morning, NOVEMBER 6. The entire orchestra is to be reserved for Club members and their friends.
Thursday Evening, November 12
MR. B. R. BAUMGARDT
will deliver an ILLUSTRATED LECTURE on the always interesting subject of
Mr. Baumgardt takes rank with the foremost lecturers in the land. His personality, together with the magnificent pictures of the Napoleonic era, will make this lecture of unusual interest at the present time.
A dinner will be tendered Mr. Baumgardt at 6 o'clock. Tickets may be procured at the office of the Civic Secretary.
Monday, November 16
Annual Election. (See page 25.)
Thursday Evening, November 19
The Entertainment Committee is unable to announce the completion of plans now under way for this date. Later announcement will be made upon the Bulletin Board and in the daily papers.
Monday, November 23
The Club will tender a luncheon to
DR. DAVID STARR JORDAN
Formerly President of Leland Stanford University, California
Dr. Jordan has recently returned from an extended tour of Europe,
Friday, November 20
The Entertainment Committee has arranged to entertain the Presidents of fifteen New England colleges at dinner. The Presidents of the following colleges will attend:
Members of the Club and their friends who are Alumni of these colleges are requested to be present and assemble in their respective cheering sections for dinner. Reservations may be made at the office of the Civic Secretary.
Mr. Frederick P. Fish, Harvard '75, will preside.
Hon. Samuel J. Elder, Yale '73, toastmaster.