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" To soothe the savage breast."

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Ring with a wild unrest

Of Etudes, Studies, Fugue, Sonata,

By Mozart, Mendelssohn, and Schumann —
He'd think that savage was a martyr,

And that his ear was scarcely human,

If he were soothed by such wild sounds
As from the practice hall resounds.

— ViRGiE Monroe.



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Sunday — Fair, but temperature falling toward night.
Monday — Zero ! ! !

Tuesday (Bible Daj-) — Weather rather gloomy.
Wednesday (Psychology Day) — Very threatening, with

a strong east wind blowing.
Thursday (Music Lesson Day) — Weather very uncertain.
Friday — Fair, especially so toward noon.
Saturday — A perfect day ! ! !

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CiEsar to Antony ;
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