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University Calendar.

FEBRUARY 9. SUNDAY.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

Appleton Chapel, 7.30 p. m. Rev. Philip S. Moxom, of Boston. (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. William Lawrence will conduct prayers from January 27 to February 15.

The preacher conducting morning prayers may be found at Wadsworth House 1 every week-day during his term of service.

Mr. Lawrence may be found at Wadsworth house 1, every week-day from 9 till 11 a. m.

10. MONDAY.First day of second-half year.

11. TUESDAY.English Literature. (Course for freshmen). Introductory lecture. Professor A. S. Hill. Sever 11, 12 m.

College Faculty. Special meeting at University 5, 4 p. m.

12. WEDNESDAY.Homer in Greek Life and Thought. Lecture. Professor Wright. Sever 11, 3 p. m.

This lecture, though intended especially for freshmen in the Greek courses, is open to the public.

Divinity School Chapel. Conference. 4.15 p. m.

13. THURSDAY.Vesper Service. Appleton Chapel, 5 p. m.

Vesper services will be held on Thursday of each week in term time until further notice. Each service will begin promptly at 5 p. m., and close about 5.30. The public are invited to these services.

A Critical Study of the Writings of Matthew Arnold. Bowdoin prize dissertation. Mr. Henry Bartlett Learned. Sever 5, 7.30 p. m.

Readings of Bowdoin prize dissertations are open to the public.

Harvard Union. Debate. Sever 11, 7.30 p. m.

Question: "Resolved, That the removal of duties on raw wool would benefit the woolen manufacturers of the United States."

Principal disputants-Affirmative: J. F. Morton, '92, and H. H. White, Sp.; Negative: F. A. Foxcroft, '90, and A. H. Williams, '91.

All members of the university are invited to take part in the debate.

14. FRIDAY.Divinity School Chapel. Preaching service. 7.30 p. m.

APPLETON CHAPEL-SUNDAY SERVICESFebruary 9-Rev. Philip S. Moxom, of Boston.

February 16-Rev. Lyman Abbott, D. D.

February 23-Rev. Theodore C. Williams.

March 2-Rev. T. T. Munger, D. D., of New Haven.

March 9-Rev. Robert Collyer, of New York.

A FRENCH VIEW OF BISMARCK.On Monday, February 17, Professor Cohn will deliver a lecture on "A French View of Bismarck." The lecture will be given in Sever 11, at 7.30 p. m., and will be open to the public.

ENGLISH B.Theme VII., a literary criticism, will be due on Tuesday, February 18.

COLLEGE CONFERENCE MEETINGS.Upon six Tuesdays after the mid year period, lectures will be given on some of the more important professions as follows:

February 15-Medicine. Professor C. J. Blake, of the Medical school.

February 25-Law. Hon. Jeremiah Smith, late of the Supreme Court of New Hampshire.

March 4-Ministry. Rev. Brooke Herford.

March 11-Public Life. Hon. Theodore Roosevelt, of the United States Civil Service Commission.

March 18-Teaching. Edwin Seaver, superintendent of the Boston public schools.

March 25-Business. Charles S. Smith, Esq., president of the New York chamber of commerce.

FRENCH 1.On Friday morning, February 14, at 9 o'clock, Professor Cohn will lecture on "Thinking in Foreign Language." The lecture will be open to all members of the university.

LECTURES ON DETERMINATIVE CRYSTALLOGRAPHY AND CRYSTAL OPTICS.Professor Cooke will begin a course of instruction on "Determinative Crystallography and Crystal Optics," on Tuesday, February 11, at 12 m.

The lectures will continue on Tuesday and Thursday of each week until further notice. Students desiring to attend the course are requested to apply personally to Professor Cooke.

MISCELLANEOUS.The Museum of Comparative Zoology the Peabody Museum of Archaeology, and the Mineralogical Museum in Boylston Hall, are open to the public every week-day from 9 till 5.

The Botanic Garden is open Sundays as well as week days.

The library in Gore Hall is open Sundays during term-time from 1 till 5 o'clock for the use of members of the university only.

The rooms of the Fine Arts department in Sever hall are open to the public on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2 to 5 o'clock.

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