*Open to University. **Open to Public.
Monday, December 14.
*MORNING PRAYER. Rev. W. W. Fenn, A.M., S.T.B. Appleton Chapel, 8.45 A. M.
PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS OF HARVARD COLLEGE. Meeting at 50 State street, Boston, 10.30 A. M.
FACULTY OF DIVINITY. Meeting at 17 Quincy street, 8 P. M.
**LECTURES ON THE PRINCIPLES OF GERMAN CIVIL LAW. XV. "Contracts and Torts." (Concluded.) Judge Walter Neitzel. West Lecture Room, Austin Hall, 2 P. M.
**KING'S CHAPEL LECTURES. "The Relation between Hebrew and Babylonian Thought." I. Professor Lyon. King's Chapel, Boston, 2.30 P. M.
*SEMINARY OF ECONOMICS. "The Greenback Movement, with Especial Reference to Iowa and Wisconsin." Mr. C. O. Ruggles. University 23, 4.30 P. M.
*PHYSICAL COLLOQUIUM. "Cathode Ray Phenomena." Mr. E. L. Chaffee. Jefferson Physical Laboratory, Room 25, 5 P. M.
*LECTURE. "The Organization and Functions of a Railroad's Traffic Department." Mr. John B. Thayer, Fourth Vice-President of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, Philadelphia. Emerson A, 8 P. M.
**LECTURE. "Bernard Shaw." Mr. William M. Salter. Emerson D, 8 P. M.
Tuesday, December 15.
FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES. Meeting at University 5, 4 P. M.
**LECTURES ON THE PRINCIPLES OF GERMAN CIVIL LAW. XVI. "Inheritance Law." Judge Walter Neitzel, West Lecture Room, Austin Hall, 2 P. M.
*EXPOSITION OF CHAMBER MUSIC. Mr. Arthur Whiting, assisted by Mr. Alwin Schroeder. Lecture Room of the Fogg Museum, 8 P. M. Open only to officers and students of the University.
*GEOLOGICAL CONFERENCE. "Report on the Harvard Seismographic Station for 1908." Dr. Mansfield. "The Watkin Mountain Anerold Barometer." Professor Ward. Mineralogical Lecture Room, 8 P. M.
*BOSTON SOCIETY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES. Amphitheatre of the Administration Building (Room 201), Medical School, Longwood Avenue, Boston, 8.15 P. M. Open to members of the University and of the medical profession.
Wednesday, December 16.
*SEMITIC CONFERENCE. "Notes on the Hebrew Text of Samuel." Professor Arnold. Semitic Museum, Room 2, 4.30 P. M.
*READINGS FROM SHAKSPERE. "Twelfth Night." II. Professor Winter. Sever 11, 7.45 P. M.
Thursday, December 17.
**LECTURES ON THE MODERN GERMAN DRAMA. "Franz Grillparzers Leben." Professor Kuechnemann. Emerson J, 11 A. M.
*ZOOLOGICAL CLUB. "On the Aphididae, with Special Regard to their Migrations." Mr. Paul Hayhurst. Zoological Laboratory, 4th floor, Room 4, 4.55 P. M.
**VESPER SERVICE. Dean Fenn. Appleton Chapel, 5 P. M. The front seats are reserved for students and for officers of the University and their families till 4.55 P.M.
Friday, December 18.
*UNIVERSITY TEA. Phillips Brooks House, 4 to 6 P. M. All members of the University are cordially invited.
**DIVINITY SCHOOL. "Christmas Sermon." Mr. P. Perkins. Divinity Chapel, 8 P. M.
*LECTURE. "Electric Traction on Steam Railroads." (Illustrated by lantern slides.) Mr. Edwin B. Katte, Chief Engineer, Electric Traction, New York Central and Hudson River Railroad Company, New York Robinson Hall, 8 P. M.
**MODERN LANGUAGE CONFERENCE. Lecture on "Chaucer and the Canterbury Pilgrimages." (Illustrated.) Mr. H. Snowden Ward, of Hadlow, Kent, Eng. Lecture Room of the Fogg Museum, 8 P. M.
Saturday, December 19.
**LECTURES ON THE MODERN GERMAN DRAMA. "Grillparzers Werke I." Professor Kuechnemann. Emerson J, 11 A. M.