Crimson Calendar

All notices for the weekly CRIMSON Calendar must be placed in the notice box in the CRIMSON Office on Friday before 5 o'clock, marked "For the CRIMSON Calendar."

Monday, October 11.

10.30--Meeting of President and Fellows of Harvard College, 50 State street, Boston.

1.30--Doubles tournament begins.

2.00--Meeting of Board of Overseers, University Hall.

2.30--Make-up examinations continue.

4.30--Lecture. "The Extension of Space beyond the Bounds of Experience," I, by Dr. Norbert Wiener in Emerson F.

5.00--Physical Colloquium. "The Radiation from an Antenna," by Professor G. W. Pierce, in the Jefferson Physical Laboratory, Room 25.

7.30-9.30--Voters Register, Brattle Square Fire Station.

Tuesday, October 12

Columbus Day. A holiday in all departments of the University.

Last day for receiving applications for tickets for the Cornell game.

8.00--Pierian Sodality trials.

Wednesday, October 13

2.30--Make-up examinations continue.

3.30--Romance Seminar, first meeting, in Widener Y.

4.30--Lecture. "The Extension of Space beyond the Bounds of Experience," 11, by Dr. Norbert Wiener, in Emerson F.

4.30--Conference on Municipal Government. "Methods and Materials of Municipal Research," by Professor W. B. Munro, in Widener N.

7.30-9.30--Last chance for voters to register, in Brattle Square Fire Station.

8.00--Harvard mathematical Club, address by Professor Osgood, in Conant Hall Common Room.

8.45--The Divinity Club. "The Ministry," by the Rev. Elwood Worcester, Rector of Emmanuel Church, Boston. Andover Theological Seminary, Farrar Room.

Thursday, October 14

1917 and 1918; nominations for class officers due.

Friday, October 15

Last day for receiving applications for tickets for the Penn. State game.

2.30--Make-up examinations continue.

8.00--Physical Conference. "The Physics of Crystals," by Mr. J. B. Brinsmade, in the Jefferson Physical Laboratory, Room 3.

Saturday, October 16

Last day in the first half-year upon which undergraduates, special students, unclassified students, and out-of-course students in Harvard College may drop courses of study without liability for additional charge.

3.00--Football with University of Virginia in the Stadium.

3.00--1919 football with Worcester Academy at Worcester.