Harvard Catholic Club, the first in Sanders Theatre, the second in the Lecture Room of the Fogg Museum, beginning at 8 p. m.
April 7. Stronomical Science Not Opposed to Christian Faith. Rev. G. M. Searle, C. S. P., Ph. D., Director of the Observatory in the Catholic University, Washington, D. C.
April 30. A Visit to a Dead City in the Baltic. (Illustrated with stereopticon). Dr. Hasket Derby, of Boston.
St. Paul's Society.During Lent the St. Paul's Society holds daily evening prayer at 7 o'clock in 17 Grays. All students are cordially invited.
Harvard Memorial Society Lectures.The Harvard Memorial Society has arranged for the following evening lectures, to be given in Sanders Theatre:
Mar. 27. Harvard in the Fifties. President Charles W. Eliot '53.
April 3. Harvard in the Sixties. Hon. Moorfield Storey '66.
April 10. Harvard in the Seventies. Judge Robert Grant '73.
Seats on the floor and parts of the first balcony will be reserved for officers of the University, members of the Harvard Memorial Society and their friends. (Tickets for these reserved seats will be issued for the whole course of three lectures. Applications for these tickets should be made to A. M. Kales, 1256 Massachusetts avenue, on or before March 21).
On the afternoon before each lecture, between 4 and 6 o'clock, tickets admitting to the rest of the first balcony and to the second balcony will be given out at No. 3 Thayer Hall to students of the University. Five minutes before the lecture the public will be admitted.