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English Literature. Mr. Perry, Sever 11, 3 P. M.
Acoustics. Prof. Lovering, Harvard, 12 M. (Weekly course.)
Sophomore Themes - Mr. Drennan's Section. Theme III. will be returned with criticisms to to sub-section 1, Jan. 19; to sub-section 2, Jan. 26; to sub-section 3, Feb. 2. 3 - 4.30 P. M. on the several days given.
Debate in English 6, in Holden Chapel, at 2 P. M. Question: "Resolved, That it is expedient for the United States to take measures looking to the abrogation of the Clayton-Bulwer treaty." Affirmative: Messrs. Snow, Warner, Storer. Negative: Messrs. Oxnard, Barlow, Panin.
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