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Luther as a Writer. Lecture. Asst. Professor Francke. Sever 11, 2 p. m.

English 6. Oral debate. University 2, 3 p m.

Question: Resolved, That there should be a complete commercial reciprocity between the United States and South America.

Principal disputants-Affirmative: F. F. Causey, '90, and G. O. Swasey, '90. Negative: F. L. Olmstead, '90, and W. R. Post, '90.

Open to all students of the university.

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

Question: Resolved, That President Harrison has broken the pledges of the republican party. Principal disputants-Affirmative: F. B. Williams and C. Macy. Negative: H. Hudson and C. M. Thayer.

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

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.

Dudleian Lecture. Rev. Dr. Gustav Gottheil of New York. Subject (prescribed by the will of the founder) : "The proving, explaining, and proper use and imporvement of the principles of natural religion, as it is commonly called and understood by Divines and Learned men." Appleton Chapel, 7,30 p. m. The public are invited.

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