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Monday, April 10, 2006

Monday April 10, 2006

Filed under: General,Geometry — Tags: — m759 @ 9:20 PM
Club
continued
"What other colleges call fraternities,
Princeton calls Eating Clubs."

Illustrated below:
The Restaurant Quarré in Berlin,
with a view of the Brandenburg Gate.

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Related etymology:
OF. quarré square, F. carré,
 from L. quadratus square…
Webster's Revised  
Unabridged Dictionary, 1913

Related material:

(1) A symbol of symmetry
that might have pleased
Hermann Weyl:

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Source —
Timothy A. Smith on
Bach's Fugue No. 21,
the Well-Tempered
Clavier, Book II
(pdf or Shockwave)

(2) The remarks of Noam D. Elkies
on his
"Brandenburg Concerto No. 7":

"It is of course an act of chutzpah,
some would say almost heresy,
to challenge Bach so explicitly
on his own turf."

(3) The five Log24 entries
culminating on Pi Day,
March 14, 2006

(4) The following event at the
Harvard University
mathematics department
on March 14, 2006, also
featuring Noam D. Elkies:

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"At 3:14 p.m., six contestants began
a pie-eating contest…. Contestants had
exactly three minutes and 14 seconds
to eat as much pie as they could.

'Five, four, pi, three, two, one,'
 Elkies counted down as the
contestants shoved the last
mouthful of pie
    into their mouths…."

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Noam D. Elkies

(5) The Magic Schmuck    

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