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.")

Tuesday, April 25.

Last day for receiving essays for the Hodgson Prize, in the Graduate School of Business Administration.

2.30.--Lecture (in French). "The Present State of the Problem of Evolution." XVI. "Neo-Darwinism." Professor Caullery, of the University of Paris. Nash Lecture Room of University Museum.

4.00.--Baseball vs. Bates. Soldiers Field.

4.00.--Second baseball vs. Morris Heights. Soldiers Field.

4.30.--Southworth Lecture. "Bible Instruction in the Church; Its Progress in America during the last Half-Century." I. "The Earlier Stages of Bible Study." Rev. Albert E. Dunning. Room A of Andover Seminary Building.

4.30.--Geological Conference. "The Genesis of Engels Copper Deposit of California." Mr. D. H. McLaughlin. Mineralogical Lecture Room of University Museum.

5.00.--Illustrated lecture on "City Planning Law of the United States." I. "General Principles." Mr. Frank Backus Williams. Robinson Hall.

8.00.--Second performance of Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson in "Hamlet." Sanders Theatre.

8.15.--Organ Recital. Mr. R. G. Appelorgenist of St. John's Memorial Chapel of Episcopal Theological School, assisted by Mr. Paul Schwerley. Appleton Chapel.

Wednesday, April 26.

4.00.--Freshman baseball vs. Rindge Technical School. Soldiers Field.

4.00.--Conference on Municipal Government. "The Problem of Rate Schedules in Electric Lighting." Mr. T. M. B. Hicks, Jr. Widener N.

4.30.--Illustrated Lecture. "Landscape Etching." Mr. FitzRoy Carrington Lecture Room of Fogg Art Museum.