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Appleton Chapel, 7.30 p. m. Rev' Francis G. Peabody, D. D. (The front pews will be reserved for members of the university until 7.30.)

Week-day morning prayers at 8.45 a. m. No seats are assigned, either for officers or classes.

Rev, Francis G. Peabody will conduct prayers from October 6 to October 11.

Mr. Peabody may be found at Wadsworth House 1 every week day from 11 to 12.

Rev. Phillips Brooks, D. D., will conduct prayers from October 13 to October 31.

6. MONDAY.Semitic Conference. Sever 6, 7.30 p. m.

7. TUESDAY.Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Special meeting at University 5, 4 p. m.

8. WEDNESDAY.Board of Overseers. Stated meeting at No. 50 State St., Boston, at 11 a. m.

Representative Men and Issues of Modern Philosophy, Lecture II: Spinoza and the philosophy of the Seventeenth Century. Professor Royce Sever 11, 7.30 p. m.

9. THURSDAY.English 6 Oral Debate University 2, 3 p. m.

Question: "Resolved, That the pending Federal Election Bill ought to pass."

Principal disputants: Affiirmative, A. L. Bumpus and J. L. Dodge; negative, R. S. Barlow and R. S. Hale. Open to all students of the university.

10. FRIDAY.Divinity School Chapel. Preaching Service. 7.30 p. m.


October 5. Rev. Francis G. Peabody, D. D.

October 12. Rev. Newman Smyth, D. D., of New Haven. Conn.

October 19 and 26. Rev. Phillips Brooks, D. D.

November 9. Rev. Lyman Abbott, D. D.

November 16 and 23. Rev. Henry Van Dyke, D. D.

November 30. Rev. Edward E. Hale, D. D.

COLLEGE CONFERENCES ON THE STUDY OF THE BIBLE.The greater part of the College Conferences this year will be devoted to an introduction to the study of the Bible. A provisional programme of the course may be obtained at the office. These meetings will be held on Tuesday evenings at 7.30 in Sever 11. The first address, on "Bible Study for College Students," will be given by Professor Peabody on October 14.

ENGLISH B.Theme I, A Remniscence, will be due on Tuesday, October 7.

All Themes must be deposited in the wooden box outside the door of Grays 18, before 4 o'clock on the days when they are due.

A half-hour talk on Descriptive Writing will be given in Sever 11, on Tuesday, October 7, at 1.30 o'clock.

LECTURES ON MODERN PHILOSOPHY.A course of evening lectures on certain representative thinkers and problems of modern philosophy will be given by Professor Royce on Wednesday evenings at 7.30 in Sever 11.

The general purposes of this course are:

(1) To give personal characterizations of some of the more noteworthy modern thinkers.

(2) To suggest, as clearly as may be possible without technical details, something of the nature of their various attitudes towards the great concerns and issues of humanity.

(3) To illustrate, in the light of such a study, certain significant spiritual problems of our own day.

The following are the topics of the individual lectures:

(1) Spinoza and the Philosophy of the Seventeenth Century. (2)From Spinoza to Kant. (3) Kant. (4) Fichte. (5) The Romantic Movement in Philosophy. (6) Hegel. (7) Schopenhauer. (8) The Rise of the Philosophy of Evolution. (9) Idealism as a Tendency in Philosophy. (10) The Inner Life and Laws of Nature. (11. The Philosophy of Evolution. (12) Optimism and Pessimism.

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