University Calendar.

MAY 27. SUNDAY.

Appleton Chapel, 7.30 p. m. Rev. E. E. Hale, D. D. (The front pews are reserved for members of the University until 7.30.)

Week-day morning prayers at 8.45 a. m. No seats will be assigned for either officers or classes.

Dr. Hale will conduct prayers from May 28 until June 21.

Dr. Hale will be at Wadsworth House 1 every week-day from 9-10 a. m.

29. TUESDAY.Last day for receiving applications for the Harris and Rogers Fellowships, College Scholarships, and aid from the Benificiary Fund.

College Faculty. Meeting at University 5, 3.30 p. m.

Divinity Faculty. Meeting at 17 Quincy street, 8 p. m.

30. WEDNESDAY.Decoration Day. A holiday in all departments of the University.

JUNE 1. FRIDAY.First day of the final examinations in college.

Last day of receiving applications of professional students who wish to be candidates for the degree of A.M. with a professional degree.

Divinity School Chapel. Service with preaching 7.30 p. m.

2. SATURDAY.Medical Faculty. Meeting at the Medical School, Boston. 7.30 p. m.

APPLETON CHAPEL.- SUNDAY EVENING SERVICES.May 27 and June 3-Rev. E. E. Hale, D. D.

FELLOWSHIPS AND SCHOLARSHIPS.Applications for the Harris and Rogers Fellowships, the College Scholarships and aid for the Beneficiary Fund, must be presented on or before May 29.

ENGLISH B.Themes which have not yet been given back to the instructor are to be deposited, with corrections or rewritten copies, in the wooden box in Sever 3, not later than Saturday, June 2.

Theme XII is not returned to the writers.

FORENSICS.Junior.- As a basis for the examination in forensics, juniors will be required to send to Mr. Conant on or before June 1 three topics accompanied by briefs similar to those submitted by principal disputants in English VI.

Regulations.- 1. The briefs shall be substantial outlines, giving in very concise form the main divisions of the argument and the character of the evidence to be presented under each division, with authorities actually consulted.

2. They shall be on thesis paper, each one bound up by itself so that it can be used separately, and all three fastened together when they are handed in. The topic and name of writer shall be on the outside of each brief.

3. At the examination each student will receive one of his briefs and be expected to elaborate carefully the argument he has outlined.

Senior.- The examination for seniors will be conducted on an entirely different plan. No topics and no briefs will be required in advance.

The examination papers will present three or four disputed questions of sufficiently varied and general interest to enable each student to treat one of them. Accompanying each topic will be a syllabus of the evidence, pro and con, upon which the controversy rests; and from this syllabus a brief must be constructed and an argument elaborated to sustain the proposition and meet the objections presented.