Appleton Chapel, 7.30 p.m. Mr. Dwight L. Moody. (The front pews will be reserved for members of the University until 7.30.)
Week-day morning prayers at 8.45 a.m. No seats are assigned, either for officers or classes.
Dr. Brooks may be found at Wads worth House 1 every morning after prayers until noon.
Prayers will be conducted by Dr. Brooks from November 10 until December 5.
22. MONDAY.Roman Archaeology. Second Lecture. The Foundation and Prehistoric Life of Rome. Prof. Rodolfo Lanciani, LL.D. Sanders Theatre, 7.30 p.m.
This course of lectures is open to the public.
23. TUESDAY.French Readings. Moliere, Le Misanthrope (second half). Reading in French. Professor Bocher. Sever 11, 7.30 p.m.
24. WEDNESDAY.Roman Archaeology. The Hygienic Laws and Sanitary Conditions of Ancient Rome. (Aqueducts, drainage, malaria, cemeteries, etc.) Professor Lanciani. Sanders Theatre, 7.30 p.m.
25. THURSDAY.Thanksgiving Day. A General Holiday.
26. FRIDAY.Readings from Chaucer. Canterbury Tales, Prof. Child. Sever 11, 7.30 p.m.
27. SATURDAY.Comparative Philology. Voluntary Lecture to Students in Classical Courses. Professor Greenough. Sever 18, 12 m.
PROFESSOR LANCIANI'S LECTURES.
A course of eleven lectures on Roman Archaeology was begun by Professor Rodolfo Lanciani, LL.D., of Rome, on Wednesday, November 17, in Sanders Theatre. The subjects of these lectures are as follows: -
Nov. 17, Wednesday. The early Renaissaince of Archaeological Studies in Rome. (Dante, Petrarca, Cola di Rienzi. Pomponio Leto, Peruzzi, etc.)
Nov. 22, Monday. The Foundation and Prehistoric Life of Rome.
Nov. 24, Wednesday. Hygienic Laws and Sanitary Conditions of Ancient Rome. (Aqueducts, drainage, malaria, cemeteries, etc.)
Nov. 29, Monday. The Tiber and the Maritime Trade of Rome. (Quays, wharves, emporium, Ostia, Portus Augusti, treasures in the bed of the river, etc.)
Dec. 1, Wednesday. Roman Parks Public Gardens.
Dec. 6. Monday. The Campagna.
Dec. 8, Wednesday. Ancient and Mediaeval Libraries.
Dec. 13, Monday. The Palace of the Caesars.
Dec. 15 and 20, Wednesday and Monday. The Discovery of the House of the Vestals.
Dec. 22, Wednesday. Treasures found in the Excavations.
FRENCH READINGS.Professor Bocher will conclude his reading of Moliere's Le Misanthrope in French on Nov. 23.
Professor Cohn will read Le Cid, by Corneille, on Nov. 30 and Dec. 7.
LOAN FUND.Wednesday, December 1, is the last day on which applications for the Loan Fund will be received.
ENGLISH B.Theme II. will be returned to students on Tuesday, Nov. 23, from 2 until 3.30, as follows: Abbott to O'Sullivan, in Sever 5; Packard to Zinkeisen, in Sever 1 and Sever 3.
Themes not called for at this time will be left at the students' risk, in the tin box on the mantle piece in Sever 3.
Theme IV. will be due on Thursday, Dec. 7. It must be deposited in the wooden box in Sever 3 before 4 o'clock. Subject: A Summary of some important work of some good author.
A note of the subject of each theme, on a card specially prepared for the purpose, must be deposited in the wooden box in Sever 3 at least one week before the theme is due. Cards may be obtained after the lectures on Tuesday.
By the Regulations, no overdue theme will be accepted, unless the writer satisfies the Dean that his failure to present it at the appointed time was due to serious illness or other unavoidable hindrance. Overdue themes, duly countersigned, may be left at 18 Grays.
FORENSICS.Copies of the Announcements concerning Forensics can now be obtained at University 5.
The first Senior Forensic will be due Nov. 23; the first Junior Forensic, Dec. 7.
The first Senior Forensic will be received on Tuesday, Nov. 23, from 2.30 to 3.30 p.m., in Sever 3. The Forensic should be written on Theme paper; the sheets should be securely fastened together, and should not be folded.
Professor Royce can be consulted by Seniors in regard to the choice of Forensic topics at the following hours: Tuesday and Thursday, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Mr. Gates can be consulted by Juniors in regard to the choice of Forensic topics at the following hours: Monday and Thursday, from 1.30 to 2.30 p.m. in Gore Hall, closed alcove 25.
On more than one occasion misprints of the official announcements of the Forensic Department have occurred in certain unofficial reprints of the University Calendar, and have occasioned serious inconvenience to those who have depended upon such unofficial reprints for a knowledge of the Forensic announcements. In view of this fact the Forensic Department desires to point out that all students concerned are expected to be acquainted with its announcements as made in regular official edition of the University Calendar.