University Calendar

*Open to University. **Open to Public.

Monday, April 5.

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

**CERCLE FRANCAIS LECTURES. "Moliere." II. 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. II. "The Ethnic Grounds of Nationality." Dr. H. M. Kallen. Emerson F, 4.30 P. M.

**LECTURE. "Nietzsche and Contemporary German Literature." Professor Kuehnemann. Emerson D, 4.30 P. M.

*SEMINARY OF ECONOMICS. "Illustrations in Economic Geography." Mr. P. T. Cherington. University 23, 4.30 P. M.

*PHYSICAL COLLOQUIUM. "Wood: on a Balmer Series in the Sodium Spectrum." "Lebedew: on the Apparent Dispersion of Light in Space." Professor Lyman. Jefferson Physical Laboratory, Room 25, 5 P. M.

*MODERN LANGUAGE CONFERENCE. "Poetical Description of Nature from Thompson to Wordsworth." Mr. R. A. Rice. "Four Spenserians: Drayton, Milton, Thomson, and Keats." Mr. H. E. Cory. Common Room, Conant Hall, 8 P. M.

*LECTURE. "Economics of Operation on the Northern Pacific and Great Northern Rallroads." Mr. Aaron M. Burt, Division Superintendent of the Northern Pacific Rallroad, Jamestown, N. D. Emerson A, 8 P. M.

**GODKIN LECTURES. "Some Unsettled Questions relating to Popular Government. IV. Patronage and Popular Government." Mr. Arthur G. Sedgwick '64. Emerson D, 8 P. M.

Tuesday, April 6.

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

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

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

*GEOLOGICAL CONFERENCE. "Geology of the Islands of Narragansett Bay." Mr. F. H. Lahee. Mineralogical Lecture Room, 8 P. M.