In the Graduate Schools

Falconer Will Give the Ingersoll Lecture on "Immortality"

Sir Robert A. Falconer, President of the University of Toronto will give the Ingersall Lecture on "Immortality" at the annual Alumni Visitation exercises of the Harvard Theological School to be held on April 22 and 23, it was announced yesterday. The Dudleian Lecture on "Revealed Religion" will be given by Professor W. B. Selbie of Marshfield College, Oxford, England.

Further plans for the two days exercises were also released, together with a statement that all regular School meetings will be omitted during that time. The session will open on April 22 at 2.30 o'clock, when Dean Willard Learoyd Sperry of the Theological School will conduct a Devotional Service in the Chapel of Andover Hall. Professor F. G. Peabody '69, Plummer Professor of Christian Morals, Emeritus, will deliver the opening address on "The Humanism of William Ellery Channing." Professor Peabody will be followed by Professor G. A. Coe, for many years Professor of Religious Education at Union Theological Seminary and Teachers College, New York City, Professor Coe will address the alumni on the subject "Theological Students as Technicians in Religion."

Tea will be Served

Tea will be served in the Farrar Room at Andover Hall at 4.30 o'clock, followed at 5.30 o'clock by a chapel service in the Divinity Chapel; this service will be conducted by the Reverend Miles Hanson Jr. '20, Minister of the First Parish, Weston. At 8 o'clock Sir Robert Falconer will deliver the Ingersoll Lecture in Emerson D.

On Wednesday April 23 the Alumni Meeting will be held in Divinity Chapel at 10.30 o'clock, at which time the Reverend W. S. Archibald '03, Minister of the South Church, Hartford. Connecticut will give an address on the subject "The Spirit and Faith of the Puritan Ministers."

Following the Alumni luncheon in the Farrar Room at 1 o'clock Professor Selbie will deliver the Dudleian Lecture on the subject "Revelation in History and Experience." The Reverend M. R. Lovell, Minister of the Mt. Pleasant Church, Washington, D. C., will then give an address on "A New Experiment in Pastrol Ministry."