The Student Vagabond
The Vagabond finds little in today's or tomorrow's academic assortments to tempt his roving fancy, but he happened to hear that M. Pierre de Lanux was to speak under the auspices of the Harvard Liberal Club tomorrow evening in Emerson F at 8 o'clock. His subject is "Our International Ethics," and it is the paradox of the title that first drew the Vagabond's attention to the lecture. For he has always been under the impression that anything was fair in love, war, or international politics and that perfectly respectable men who were nice to their mothers would do perfectly detestable things for God, country, or Yale. If the Vagabond is wrong, he wants to know it, and he will be only too grateful if M. de Lanux is able to prove him unduly cynical.
"The Sculptor Myron and his Contemporaries", Professor Chase, Fogg Large Lecture Room.
"Thomas Nashe", Professor Matthiessen, Sever 11.
"Spanish Romanesque Painting", concluded, Professor Post. Fogg Small Lecture Room.
"Montesquien", Professor Holcombe, Boylston 21.
"English Renaissance Criticism". Professor Elton, Sever 17.
"Occupational Stratification and its Fluctuations", concluded, Professor Sorokin, Sever B.
"The Self Determinations of Peoples," Professor Holcombe. New Lecture Hall.
"Steven Vincent Benet and 'John Brown's Body'," Dr. Carpenter, Sever 7.
"Loyalist Writers of the Revolution," Professor Murdock, Harvard 1.
"Pollaviolo and Verocchic," Professor Edgell, Fogg Small Lecture Room.
"Sociology of V. Pareto," Professor Sorokin, Sever B.
"Fifteenth Century Poets," Professor Elton, Sever 11.
"Romanesque of the He de France," Professor Edgell, Robinson Hall.