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HARVARD UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.

February-March, 1883. - No. 75.

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Appleton Chapel, 7.30 P. M. Rev. Edward E. Hale, D. D. "The choice of a Profession."

26 - MONDAY.History of Tariff Legislation. III. 1832-1860. Mr. F. W. Taussig. Sever 11, 7.30 P. M.

27 - TUESDAY.Harvard Historical Society. The Fitz-John Porter Case. Edward Channing, Ph. D. Sever 11, 7.30 P. M.

28 - WEDNESDAY.Overseers. Meeting at No. 70 Water street, Boston, 11 A. M.

Lithology. Special subject: Peridotite. Dr. Wadsworth. Museum of Comparative Zoology, 2 P. M.

Physiology and Hygiene. Special subject: The Skin and its Functions - the Importance of the Bath. Professor Sargent. Sever 11, 2 P. M.

Divinity Hall Lectures. Subject: The Physical Exercise Suitable to a Minister's Life. Prof. D. A. Sargent. Divinity Chapel, 7.30 P. M.

Greek Readings. The Bacchae of Eurides (concluded). Prof. Dyer. Sever 11, 7.30 P. M.

MARCH 1 - THURSDAY.Assyrian Antiquities. Special subject: Religious Beliefs of the People. Prof. Lyon. Divinity Hall Upper Lecture Room, 12 M.

Thoughts on the Religious Aspect of Philosophy. Dr. Royce, Sever 11, 7.30 P. M.

3 - SATURDAY.Medical Faculty. Meeting at 18 Arlington street, Boston, 7.30 P. M.

SENIOR FORENSICS.The third Forensic will be due March 1. Subjects: 1. Does the excellence of the artist depend upon the excellence of the man? 2. Comment upon the following sentence: "Omnes legum servi sumus ut liberi esse possimus." (Cicero, pro Cluentio). 3. What are the grounds for supposing that the interior of the earth is in a liquid state? 4. Jefferson as a statesman. 5. Is Mr. Henry James a true delineator of American character?

The fourth JUNIOR FORENSIC will be due March 9.

JUNIOR THEMES.Division B. - Theme IV. will be returned with criticisms to section 1 (Abbot to McDuffie) Tuesday, Feb. 27, in Sever 1, as follows: Sub-section 1, Abbot to Barnes, at 2 P. M. ; sub-section 2, Bates to Bullard, at 2.30; sub section 3, Burr to Denton, at 3; sub-section 4, Dooling to R. F. Howe, at 3.30; sub-section 5, Hudgens to McDuffie, at 5. To section 2 (Mandell to Wyeth) Tuesday, March 6, as follows: Sub-section 1, Mandell to Penrose, at 2 P. M.; sub-section 2, A. S. Perkins to Safford, at 2.30; sub-section 3, Saunders to A. Thorndike, at 3; sub-section 4, P. Thorndike to Warren, at 3.30; sub-section 5, Webster to Wyeth, at 4.

Those who have a conflict at any of these hours will come from 4.30 to 5.30.

SOPHOMORE THEMES.Theme IV. will be due March 6. Subjects: I. Prose Translation of the Aeneid XII. 614-952, - the fight between Aeneas and Turnus. 2. A Description of one of the Carniverous Plants. 3. Richard Wagner. 4. Franklin at the Court of France. 5. Mirabeau. 6. Half-way through College. 7. The Necessary and Unnecessary Expenses of Undergraduates.

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