There will be another delightful raid -sumuier musical event, a violin recital to be given Friday eveniDg in Frieze Memorial hall, by Bernard Sturm, of Xenia, Ohio. Mr. Storm is a papil of Caesar Thomas, of Chicago. He is well spoken of and shonld recieve a large andience. All concerts are edneational in their nature, and this is one of the advantages in Anii Arbor, created by the üniversity School of Mosic, in that the public is privileged to hear well known artists from ill parts of the musical world. This privilege is so freely given, that there are many who do not realize lts full valué. That a jnst appreciation of the worfe of the Üniversity School of Mnsic is growing, however, was proved by the increased attendance at the faenlty concerts given during the past season. Thse concerts are of such a high grade that in a large city thousands wouldbe glad to pay five and six timos the trifling admission fee charged Much interest can be expected in the conrse of faculty concerts during the ccming winter. The violin recital to be given Friday eveninng by Bernaïd Sturm, will be free. Let every oue who appreciates good music attend.