*Open to the public. **Open to the University.
Saturday, Mar. 31.
Last day for receiving applications for Divinity School Fellowships and Scholarships.
Last day for re-engaging College Rooms for 1900-01.
Last day for receiving applications of candidates for Second-Year Honors.
Last day for receiving dissertations for the Bowdoin Prizes. Dissertations should be left, not later than 1 p. m., at the office of the Recording Secretary, 5 University Hall, where they will be receipted for.
**Lecture. IV. The Physiological and Chemical Properties of Antiseptics. Rodney H. True, Ph.D. University Museum, room 12, 10 a. m.
Sunday, Apr. 1.
Appleton Chapel, 7.30 p. m. Rev. M. D. Babcock, D.D., of Baltimore, Md.
Rev. Francis G. Peabody will conduct morning prayers from April 2 to April 14. He may be found at Wadsworth House 1 daily from 11 till 1.
Monday, Apr. 2.
**History of Classical Studies. XIV. Legal, Military, and Private Antiquities. Professor Morgan. Sever 18, 3.30 p. m.
Seminary of American History and Institutions. Relations of United States with Cuba to 1860. Mr. F. S. Philbrick. University 23, 3.30 p. m.
**Freshman Debating Club. Debate. Harvard 1, 7 p. m.
Question: "Resolved, That the United States should construct and exclusively control the Nicaragua Canal." Principal disputants.--Affirmative: Black's Camp.--Negative: Lunt's Camp.
*Lectures on Modern Music. III. Wagner and the Opera. Mr. T. M. Osborne, assisted by Mr. J. M. Horner, baritone. Lecture Room of the Fogg Museum, 8 p. m.
Tuesday, Apr. 3.
Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Meeting at University 5, 4 p. m.
*Sophomore Debating Club. Debate. Sever 35, 7 p. m. Question: "Resolved, That Memorial serves the needs of the average student better than Randall." Principal disputants.--Affirmative: Bernbaum's Camp.--Negative: Holmes' Camp.
Chamber Concert. The Kneisel Quartet, and Mr. Burmeister, planist. Sanders Theatre, 7.45 p. m. Programme: Saint Saens sonata for piano and violoncello; Schubert, variations from the Posthumous Quartet in D minor; Schuman, Quartet in A major.
**Lecture. A Spanish play--"El Gran Galsoto"; two American plays--"Sag Harbor" and "Becky Sharp"; an English play--"The Elder Miss Blossom." Mr. Copeland. Sever 11, 8 p. m. The lecture will deal with performances as well as plays.
*Geological Conference. Papers: Glaciation and Topography of the Medford Dike Area. Mr. A. W. G. Wilson.--Micaceous False-bedding in Glacial Sands. Mr. J. B. Woodworth. Rotch Building, 8 p. m.
Wednesday, Apr. 4.
Physical Colloquium. Discharges of Electricity through Minute Orifices. Professor Trowbridge. -- Discussion of Recent Scientific Literature, by members of the Colloquium. Jefferson Physical Laboratory, 5 p. m.
**Harvard Christian Association. City Mission Work: Its Needs and Opportunities. Mr. A. S. Pease. Brooks House, 6.45 p. m.
*Junior Wranglers. Debate. Sever 5, 7 p. m. "Resolved, That the Hay-Paunceforte Treaty should be ratified unamended by the United States." Principal disputants.--Affirmative: Heilprin's Camp.--Negative: Foster's Camp.
Pierian Sodality Concert. Soloist: Miss Sally B. Eaton. Sanders Theatre, 7.45 p. m. Admission by ticket only. Tickets (25 cents) for sale at Sever's bookstore.
*The William Belden Noble Lectures. V. Ethics and Religion (2). Professor Palmer. Brooks House, 8 p. m.
Thursday, Apr. 5.
Commencement Parts. Professor A. S. Hill will confer with Seniors concerning their subjects for Commencement Parts, in Sever 2, at 12 m.
*Vesper Service. Appleton Chapel, 5 p. m.
Friday, Apr. 6.
**History of Classical Studies. XV. Suggestions on Methods of Study. Professor Morgan. Sever 18, 3.30 p. m.
*Divinity School. Devotional Service with Sermon. Mr. C. A. Henderson. Divinity Chapel, 7.30 p.m.
Saturday, Apr. 7.
**Lecture. VII. The Influence of Chemical Compounds on Tissue Formation. Rodney H. True, Ph.D. University Museum, Room 12, 10 a. m