University Calendar

*Open to University. **Open to Public.

Saturday, April 10.

*MORNING PRAYERS. Rev. E.C. Moore. Appleton Chapel, 8.45 A.M.

FACULTY OF MEDICINE. Meeting at Medical School, Boston, 8 P.M.

**LECTURES ON THE CONTEMPORARY GERMAN DRAMA. "Hauptmann und Sudermann." II. Professor Kuehnemann. Emerson J, 11 A.M.

**LECTURE. "The Diagnosis and Prognosis of Surgical Affections, with Special Reference to their Early Detection and Treatment." Dr. Maurice H. Richardson. Medical School, Longwood avenue, Boston, 8 P.M.

Sunday, April 11.

**EVENING SERVICE. Rev. Professor Edward C. Moore, of Cambridge. Appleton Chapel, 7.30 P.M.

**LECTURE. "Progress in the Treatment of Cancer." Dr. James G. Mumford. Medical School, Longwood avenue, Boston, 4 P.M.

Monday, April 12.

PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS OF HARVARD COLLEGE. Meeting at 50 State street, Boston, 10.30 A.M.

FACULTY OF DIVINITY. Meeting at University 5, 4 P.M.

**CERCLE FRANCAIS LECTURES. "Moliere." IV. Professor Lefranc. New Lecture Hall, 4 P.M. Admission by ticket until five minutes before the beginning of the lecture; after that time open to the public.

**LECTURES ON THE ETHICS OF ZIONISM. IV. "The Zionist Program." Dr. H.M. Kallen. Emerson F, 4.30 P.M.

*SEMINARY OF ECONOMICS. "The Property Tax in Massachusetts in Early Times." Mr. E.E. Day. University 23, 4.30 P.M.

*PHYSICAL COLLOQUIUM. "The Critical Volume of Water." Dr. Davis. Jefferson Physical Laboratory, Room 25, 5 P.M.

SEMINARY ON AIMS AND METHODS OF PHILOSOPHICAL STUDY AND TEACHING. Topic: "The Moral and Religious Status at Harvard and its Relation to the Philosophical Department." Professor Royce. Emerson C, 7.30 P.M. Open to all Graduate Students of Philosophy who are registered either in Harvard or in Radcliffe.

*LECTURE. "The Auditing of Freight Accounts of Railroads." Mr. J.F. Shepherd, Auditor of Freight Receipts, Illinois Central Railroad Company, Chicago, III. Emerson A, 8 P.M.

**LECTURES ON IDEALS OF DEMOCRACY. I. "Social Ideals." Mr. G. Lowes Dickinson, of King's College, Cambridge. Lecture Room of the Fogg Museum, 8 P.M.

Tuesday, April 13.

FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES. Special Meeting at University 5, 4 P.M.

*LECTURES ON ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY. VII. Dr. Edwin Katzenellenbogen. Psychological Lecture Room, Emerson Hall, 3.30 P.M.

*LECTURES ON THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF CHRISTIANITY. "The Social Message of Christianity." II. Professor Peabody. Phillips Brooks House, 7 P.M.

*UNION LECTURE. "Education as a Career." President Eliot. Sanders Theatre, 8 P.M. Open only to officers and students of the University. Seats on the platform will be reserved for members of the Governing Boards and Faculties.

Wednesday, April 14.

BOARD OF OVERSEERS. Meeting at 50 State street, Boston, 11 A.M.

*BOTANICAL CLUB. "The Practical Side of a Brown-Tail Moth Disease." Mr. A.T. Speare. Nash Lecture Room, University Museum, 4.45 P.M. Open to members of the University and of Radcliffe College.

**ENGINEERING SOCIETY. "Power Transmission." Mr. Charles P. Steinmetz. Pierce 110, 8 P.M.

**LECTURES ON IDEALS OF DEMOCRACY. II. "Individual Ideals." Mr. G. Lowes Dickinson, of King's College, Cambridge. Lecture Room of the Fogg Museum, 8 P.M.

PIERIAN SODALITY CONCERT. Sanders Theatre, 8 P.M. Program: Mozart, Symphony No. 40, in G minor; Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, Allegro fugato from a Concerto in C minor, for harpsichord and strings; Christian Bach (supposed), Largo from Concerto for Flute and Strings (first performance); Johann Sebastian Bach, Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue for Clavier; Handel, Concerto in F major, op. 6, No. 9, for two violins and violoncello, with string accompaniment. Tickets, with reserved seats, at $1.50 and $1.00 each, on sale at Kent's University Bookstore and at the Co-operative, Cambridge, and at Herrick's in Boston.

Thursday, April 15.

Last day for receiving manuscripts of competitors for the Lloyd McKim Garrison Prize.

**LECTURES ON THE CONTEMPORARY GERMAN DRAMA. "Hauptmann und Sudermann." III. Professor Kuehnemann. Emerson J, 11 A.M.

PATHOLOGICAL COLLOQUIUM. "Silver Staining Spirocheta-like Bodies in Chronic Broncho-Pneumonia of Rats." Dr. E.E. Tyzzer. "On the Use of Fresh Rabbit Serum in Hemorrhagic Conditions." Dr. W.P. Lucas. Library of Pathological Department, Building D, Medical School, Longwood avenue, Boston, 4 P.M. Open to members of the University and to physicians.

**MUNICIPAL CLUB. "The Present Drift of Charters." Mr. Robert Treat Paine. Jr. Emerson J, 4.30 P.M.

*ZOOLOGICAL CLUB. "Some of the Methods of Combating Gypsy and Brown-Tail Moths." Professor Mark, Zoological Laboratory, 4th floor, Room 4, 4.45 P.M.

LIBRARY EXHIBITION. "Classical Manuscripts." Professor Clifford H. Moore will speak at 7.30 P.M. Treasure Room of the College Library, 7 to 9.30 P.M. The exhibition will remain open on Friday, April 16, from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M., and Professor Moore will repeat his remarks at 4 o'clock. Open to the public in the afternoon on application at the desk in the Delivery Room.

*LECTURE. "Present Industrial Conditions." Hon. James Logan, of Worcester, Mass. Emerson A, 8 P.M.

Friday, April 16.

**LECTURES ON THE ETHICS OF ZIONISM. V. "The Moral Function of Zionism." Dr. H.M. Kallen. Emerson F, 4.30 P.M.

*PHILOSOPHICAL CLUB. Meeting postponed from April 9. 2 Gorham street, 7.45 P.M. Open to members of the University who are interested in Philosophy.

*LECTURE. "Competition of the Fa- ture." Hon. James Logan, of Worcester, Mass. Emerson A, 8 P.M.

**LECTURES ON IDEALS OF DEMOCRACY. III. "Aesthetic Ideals." Mr. G. Lowes Dickinson, of King's College, Cambridge. Lecture Room of the Fogg Museum, 8 P.M.

*DIVINITY SCHOOL. Service with Preaching. Mr. E.H. Oxiey. Divinity Chapel, 8 P.M.

Saturday, April 17.

**LECTURES ON THE CONTEMPORARY GERMAN DRAMA. "Hauptmann und Sudermann." IV. Professor Kuehnemann. Emerson J, 11 A.M.

*EXERCISES IN ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY. II. Dr. Edwin Katzenellenbogen. Danvers Insane Hospital, Hathorne, 4 P.M. Train leaves North Station, Boston, at 2.47 P.M.

**LECTURE. "Good and Evil Results of Athletics. Dr. Edward H. Nichols. Medical School, Longwood avenue, Boston, 8 P.M