University Calendar.

MAY 5. SATURDAY.Lecture. Japan, its Past and Present. Mr. N. Kishimoto. Peabody Museum, 3 p. m.

Open to the public.

6. SUNDAY.Appleton Chapel, 7.30 p. m. Rev. S. M. Crothers of St. Paul, Minn.

(The front pews will be reserved for members of the University until 7.30. Members of the University are requested to enter by the south door.)

Rev. S. M. Crothers will conduct prayers from May 7-19.

Mr. Crothers may be found at Wadsworth House 1 daily from 9-11.

7. MONDAY.President and Fellows of Harvard College. Adjourned Meeting at 50 State street, Boston, 11 a. m.

8. TUESDAY.Lecture. The Ritual of Congregational Churches. Rev. E. E. Hale, D. D. Divinity Chapel, 3.30 p. m.

Open to the public.

Faculty of Arts and Sciences. University 5, 4 p. m.

Geological Conference. Papers: Iron Mines at Mineville, N. Y., Mr. H. L. Newman; Current Mark, Mr. T. A. Jaggar; A Peculiar Form of Stigmaria Root, Dr. R. T. Jackson. Geological Laboratory, 7.45 p. m.

9. WEDNESDAY.Lecture. Prehistoric Remains at Troy, Mycenae and Tiyrns. Professor Goodwin. Peabody Museum, 3 p. m.

Open to the public.

Lecture. The Ritual of Congregational Churches. Rev. E. E. Hale, D. D. Divinity Chapel, 3.30 p. m.

Open to the public.

Pedagogical Seminary. Four or Six Years Courses of Study for High Schools. Mr. C. H. Morss. Sever 8, 4.30 p. m.

Open to all members of the University interested in Secondary Education.

Lecture on the Application of Science to the Useful Arts. Transmission of Power by Electricity. Mr. H. B. Shaw. Jefferson Physical Laboratory, 8 p. m.

Open to the public.

10. THURSDAY.Lecture. The Work of a Congregational Church in Education, in Hospitality, and in Charity. Rev. E. E. Hale, D. D. Divinity Chapel, 3.30 p. m.

Open to the public.

English 6. Oral Debate. Harvard 1, 3.30 p. m.

Question: "Resolved, That the policy followed by the United States of late years toward maintaining a large and powerful navy, is sound."

Principal Disputants.- Affirmative: J. R. Nichols and J. F. Twombly.- Negative: C. M. Reade and H. L. Prescott.

Open to all students of the University.

Seminary of Classical Philology. On Homer, Iliad XXIV, 265-274. Mr. F. C. Babbitt. Sever 14, 3.30 p. m.

Open to all students in Greek and Latin courses.

Boylston Prize Speaking. Sanders Theatre, 7.30 p. m.

Open to the public.

11. FRIDAY.Divinity School. Preaching Service. Divinity Chapel, 7.30 p. m.

Open to the public.

Wendell Phillips Club. Debate. University 16, 7.30 p. m.

Question, "Resolved, That Coxey's methods are to be condemned."

Principal Disputants.- Affirmative: F. D. Pollak '96, J. H. J. Martin, Jr., '96.- Negative: E. B. Cresap '97, Howard Whitmore '95.

Open to all members of the University.

Harvard Union. Debate. Sever 11, 7.30 p. m.

Question: "Resolved, That in times of depression municipalities should give work to the unemployed."

Principal Disputants.- Affirmative: N. P. Dodge and S. H. Foster.- Negative: C. E. Bryan and C. Dickinson.

Open to the public.

Lecture on the Application of Science to the Useful Arts. Conversion of Electricity into Light, with Experiments on High Tension Electricity. Mr. A. W. K. Billings. Jefferson Physfcal Laboratory, 8 p. m.

Open to the public.

ST. PAUL'S SOCIETY.A course of sermons will be given under the auspices of the St. Paul's Society, in Christ Church, on successive Sunday afternoons, beginning May 13. Seats will be reserved for members of the University, but the public is cordially invited. Each service begins at 4 p. m.

May 13.- Rev. Endicott Peabody, Head-Master of the Groton School, Groton, Mass.

May 20.- Very Rev. James Carmichael, Dean of Montreal.

May 27.- Rev. John C. Brooks, Spring-field, Mass.

June 3.- Rev. Wm. B. Hale, Middleborough, Mass.

RUMFORD LECTURES ON THE APPLICATION OF SCIENCE TO THE USEFUL ARTS.

A course of four lectures on the Application of Science to the Useful Arts will be given by advanced students in the Department of Physics in the Lecture-room of the Jefferson Physical Laboratory, as follows:

May 9.- The Transmission of Power by Electricity.

May 11.- Conversion of Electricity into light with experiments on high Tension Electricity.

-The problem of Telegraphing without the use of wires.

-Wave lengths of Electricity.