The Student Vagabond
The first snowfall in Cambridge may mean that to the ordinary hazards attendant upon crossing Harvard Square is added the possibility of drowning, but those brave enough to venture out before its remains disappear have several interesting lectures to attract them today. Chief among them will be the one by Professor Murdock on "James Fennimore Cooper". Cooper is an author whose popularity is not today all that it has been, but he still has a following among those who appreciate adventure stories. The lecture will be at 10 o'clock in Harvard 2.
Other choices of today and tomorrow are:
"James Fennimore Cooper", Professor Murdock, Harvard 2.
"Post-Shakespearean Drama", Professor Murray, Sever 11.
"Haydn and Mozart", Professor Spalding, Music Building.
"The Secretariat of the League of Nations", Mr. Wynne, Harvard 3.
"Experiments on the Living Embryo", Professor Rand, Zool. Lab, 46.
"Hans Holbein", Professor Pauli, Fogg Lecture Room
"Jansenism", Professor Wright, Sever 35
"Jane Austen", Dr. Magnadier, Sever 11.
"Federalism", Professor Holoombe, Harvard 2.
"Earthquakes", Professor Mather, Geology Lecture Room.
"The Parthenon", Professor Conant, Robinson Hall.
"Leonardo da Vinci, Engineer and inventor", Mr. Usher, Widener U.
"The National Banking System", Professor Williams, Harvard 6.
"Victoriano Hueria", Professor Haring, Sever 7.