University Calendar.

January 71. Sunday.Appleton Chapel, 7.30 p. m. Bishop W. X. Ninde, of Detroit, Mich.

Students of the University should enter at the south side-door. Officers of the University and their families enter at the north side-door. The public are admitted at the front doors. Seats are reserved for members of the University until 7.25 p. m.

Weekday morning prayers begin at 8.45 a. m. No seats are reserved.

Rev. Francis G. Peabody, D. D., will conduct prayers from January 18 to January 23.

The preacher conducting prayers may be found at Wadsworth 1 every weekday during his term of service.

Dr. Peabody may be found at Wadsworth House 1 daily from 11 till 1.

18. Monday.Seminary of Economics. The Taxation of Sugar in the United States. 1789-1861. Mr. C. S. Griffin. University 23, 4.30 p. m.

Harvard Religious Union. The Ethics of Usury. Mr. C. S. Griffin. Parlors of the First Parish Church, 6.45 p. m.

Exhibition of Lantern Slides. II. The Architecture of the Renaissance in France and England. Professor Moore. Lecture Room of the Fogg Museum, 8 p. m.

Open to the public.

19. Tuesday.Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Meeting at University 5, 4 p. m.

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

Question: "Resolved, That the present observance of Class Day should be modified in these two respects: (1) That the exercises round the Tree should be changed; and (2) that the giving of spreads and other entertainments be extended over a period of not less than three days."

Principal disputants.- Affirmative: A. M. Fulton and R. P. Bass.- Negative: H. W. Foote and J. E. Gregg.

Open to all students of the University.

Lecture. II. The Function of the Modern Secondary School. Professor Hanus. Sever 11, 8 p. m.

Open to the public.

Geological Conference. Papers: Preliminary report on the Wamsutta Group of the Narragansett Basin. Messrs. H. F. Kendall and G. Buckman.- The Dikes of the Richmond Basin. Mr. J. B. Woodworth. Geological Laboratory, Room 2, M. Z., 7.45 p. m.

Open to all members of the University.

20. Wednesday.Freshman Debating Club. Debate. Sever 11, 7 p. m.

Question: "Resolved, That the honor system of conducting examinations should be adopted at Harvard."

Principal Disputants.- Affirmative: J. A. Graydon and F. H. Stevens.- Negative: E. J. Sanderson and O. D. Evans.

All Freshmen are cordially invited.

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

Question: "Resolved, That a change should be made in the location and character of the Tree Exercises."

Principal Disputants.- Affirmative: S. Kennedy '97 and R. B. Sprague '97.- Negative: F. H. Kinnicutt '97 and H. Schurz '97.

Open to all students of the University.

Vesper Service. Appleton Chapel, 5 p. m.

Open to the public.

Engineering Conference. Paper: Rail Pressures of Locomotive Driving Wheels. Mr. S. R. Outerbridge. Lawrence Scientific School, Room 7, 7.30 p. m.

Open to all members of the University.

Graduate Philosophical Society. The Theory of Evil. Psychological Laboratory, Dane Hall, 7.45 p. m.

Open to all members of the University holding an academic degree.

22. Friday.Divinity School. Preaching Service. Mr. A. B. Ellis. Divinity Chapel, 7.30 p. m.

Open to the public.

Harvard Forum. Debate. Harvard 1, 7.30 p. m.

Question: "Resolved, That it would be for the benefit of the state if our legislative bodies passed fewer laws."

Principal Disputants.- Affirmative: K. Stone, L., and S. T. Sears, L.- Negative: L. W. Mott, Gr., and R. G. Valentine, Gr.

All members of the University are invited to speak.

Open to the public.

Engineering Society. Boston Subway (illustrated by Stereoptican). Mr. D. L. Turner. Lecture Room, Geological Museum, 8 p. m.

Open to all students of the University.

Appleton Chapel-Sunday Evening.Jan. 17.- Bishop W. X. Ninde, of Detroit, Mich.

Jan. 24.- Rev. Professor W. N. Clarke, of Colgate University, Hamilton, N. Y.

Jan. 31.- Rev. S. M. McConnell, D. D., of Brooklyn, N. Y.

Symphony Concerts.Thursday evenings, Feb. 4, Mar. 4, Mar. 18, Apr. 8, Apr. 29.

Fine Arts of the Renaissance.Professor Moore will give a series of evening exhibitions of lantern slides illustrating the Fine Arts of the Renaissance, in the Lecture Room of the Fogg Museum, beginning on the evening of January 11, at eight o'clock. The remaining dates and subjects as follows:

Jan. 18.- The Architecture of the Renaissance in France and England.

Jan. 25.- The Sculpture of the Renaissance.

Feb. 1.- Italian Painting from Cimabue to Perugino.

Feb. 8.- Italian Painting of the Renaissance.

Feb. 15.- Venetian Painting of the Sixteenth Century.

These exhibitions will be open to the public.