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All notices for the weekly CRIMSON Calendar must be placed in the notice box in the CRIMSON Office on Fridays before 5 o'clock, marked "For the CRIMSON Calendar."
Monday, November 30.
Last day for members of the Senior class to add their names to the list of voters.
10.30.--Meeting of President and Fellows of Harvard College at 50 State street, Boston.
3.00.--Interclass football, Juniors vs. Sophomores, on Soldiers Field.
3.30.--Romance Seminary in Upper Warren.
5.00.--*Physical Colloquium. Mr. P. H. Royster "On the Joule-Thompson Effect in Air." Jefferson Physical Laboratory 3.
7.00.--Meeting of Professor Kirsopp Lake's graduate bible study class in Phillips Brooks House.
7.00.--Dr. Fitch's talk to Freshmen in Phillips Brooks House.
8.00.--Lowell Institute lecture by Professor Walter B. Cannon, M.D., on "Bodily Changes Under Emotional Excitement."
Tuesday, December 1.
Last day for applications for Charles Eliot Norton Fellowships in Greek studies for 1915-16.
Last day for receiving applications for the Cheever and Hayden (Medical) Scholarships.
Last day for receiving applications for aid from the Loan Fund.
4.00.--Meeting of Faculty of Arts and Sciences in University 5.
4.30.--"Nietzsche." Lecture XV, by Professor Henri Lichtenberger in Sever 11.
7.00.--Dr. Frederick Palmer's Bible study class in Phillips Brooks House.
7.00.--Professor Rope's Bible study class in Phillips Brooks House.
8.00.--Seniors vs. Sophomores in interclass debate in New Lecture Hall.
8.00.--Lowell Institute Lecture. Professor A. C. Coolidge on "International Relations in Europe since 1870."
Wednesday, December 2.
4.45. -- *Chemical Colloquium. "The Electron Conception of Valence," by Mr. G. L. Wendt in T. Jefferson Coolidge Memorial Laboratory.
7.00.--Professor Platner's Bible class in Phillips Brooks House.
8.00.--Circle Francais Play -- "Les Petites Godins" in Agassiz House.
8.00.--Meeting of Harvard Mathematical Club. "Iteration of Analytic Functions," by Mr. L. T. Wilson, in Conant Common Room.
Thursday, December 3.
4.30.--"Nietzsche." Lecture XVI by Professor Henri Lichtenberger in Sever 11.
7.00.--Lecture on medical questions in Phillips Brooks House.
8.00.--Lowell Institute Lecture by Professor W. B. Cannon, M.D., on "Bodily Changes Under Emotional Excitement."
8.00.--Cercle Francais Play, "Les Petites Godins" in Copley Hall.
Friday, December 4.
Nominations for Senior class officers close.
4.00.--*Second University team in Phillips Brooks House.
4.55.--Harvard Zoological Club. "The Phillips Expedition to Sinai and Palestine." Illustrated lecture by Mr. W. M. Mann, in Zoological Laboratory, Room 46.
6.30.--Phi Beta Kappa initiation and dinner in Trophy Room of Union
7.30.--Service by Mr. G. M. Missirian in Divinity Chapel.
8.00.--Harvard Philosophical Club. "Some Neo-Realistic Theories of Error," by Professor Hoernle in Emerson A.
8.00.--Lowell Institute lecture. Professor A. C. Coolidge on "International Relations in Europe since 1870."
Saturday, December 5.
3.00.--University soccer team vs. Haverford on Soldiers Field