APRIL 3. SUNDAY.
Members of the University are requested to enter by the door on the south side of the Chapel. The front pews will be reserved for them until 7.30.
Week-day morning prayers at 8.45 a.m. No seats are assigned, either for officers or classes.
Rev. Professor C. C. Everett, D. D., will conduct morning prayers from March 17 to April 5.
Professor Everett may be found at Wadsworth House 1 daily, from 10-11 a.m.
4. MONDAY.Study and Teaching of History. Historical Sources and their use in Teaching. Lecture. Professor Emerton. Harvard 1, 4.30 p.m.
Open to the public.
Semitic Conference. The Ethics of Jeremeiah. Mr. J. E. Frame. Sever 7, 7.30 p.m.
Seminaries of American History and of Political Economy. Joint meeting. Impeachment Trials. Mr. Melville E. Ingalls, Jr. University 20, 7.30 p.m.
Botanical Club. Reviews of recent literature. Room 12, Botanical Museum, 7.30 p.m.
5. TUESDAY.Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Meeting at University 5, 4 p.m.
6. WEDNESDAY.First day of Spring Recess.
LECTURES ON LITERARY TOPICS.Mr. E. Charlton Black, late of the University of Edinburgh, will give eight lectures on literary topics, beginning Monday evening, March 14. The subjects will be: Shakspere (2), Samuel Johnson, Byron, Carlyle, Tennyson, Sainte-Beuve, Heine.
PUBLIC LECTURES ADDRESSED TO TEACHERS.Professor Goodale, began on March 18, and will continue on successive Fridays at 4.30 p.m., in the N. C. Nash Botanical lecture room University Museum, a course on the teaching of Botany. The complete programme is as follows:
1. General Introduction. - The place of Science; of Natural History; of Botany. The scope of Botany. Divisions of the Science of Botany. - Material at the disposal of the city and of the country teacher. - General aim; to compel the pupil to see through his own eyes.
2. Illustrations of the method drawn from the phenomena presented by winter vegetation.
3. Illustrations afforded by spring.
4. Illustrations drawn from leaves and flowers.
5. Illustrations afforded by fruits and seeds.
6. Germination. Adaptations to different climatic conditions.
In addition to the foregoing the following courses are now announced:
Professor Emerton will give four lectures on the Study and Teaching of History at 4.30 p.m. on Mondays, beginning March 21. The lectures will be given in Harvard 1. The special topics of the lectures are as follows:
1. March 21. - Definition and Purpose of Historical Study.
2. March 28. - The modern Historical Method; its History and its Application.
3. April 4. - Historical Sources and their use in Teaching.
4. April 18. - The Aids to Historical Teaching: Archaeology; Palaeography; Chronology; Geography; etc.
During the month of April Professor Shaler will conduct two conferences on the elementary teaching of Geology. These conferences are open to members of the University, and will take place on Thursdays, April 14th and 21st, at 4.30 p.m., at the Museum.
Two public lectures on the teaching of Physics will be delivered by Professor Hall during the month of April.
Teachers and persons intending to become teachers are invited to attend these lectures, except in case of those conferences which are expressly limited to members of the University.
SPRING RECESS.The Spring Recess begins on the evening of Tuesday, April 5, and ends on the morning of Wednesday, April 13.