Dr. Kuno Francke, Professor of the History of German Culture, will deliver a series of lectures at the University of Cincinnati during the mid-year period. These lectures, which will be on "Cerman Humanism of the 16th Century" are made possible by the Ropes Foundation for study of Comparative Literature. They will be given on January 22, 23, and 24. Professor Francke will also deliver an address at the opening of a Museum of European Culture at the University of Illinois on February 6. On February 7 he will speak at the celebration of Founders' Day at Butler College, Indianapolis.
PROF. FRANCUKE TO LECTURE
At University of Cincinnati During Mid Years. --Will Also Speak at Illinois, and Butler.
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