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October 19. Saturday.Geological Excursion to Nahant. Messrs. J. B. Woodworth and T. A. Jaggar.
Members leave Union Station, Eastern Division, at 8.33 a. m. for Lynn; returning, leave Lynn at 3.51 p. m. Rountrip tickets.
Intending members will please communicate before Wednesday with Mr. Jaggar, 60 Perkins Hall.
20. Sunday.Appleton Chapel, 7.30 p. m. Rev. Endicott Peabody, of Groton.
Students of the University only should enter at the south side-door. Officers of the University and their families enter at the north side-door. The public are admitted at the front doors. Seats are reserved for members of the University until 7.25 p. m.
Week-day morning prayers begin at 8.45 a. m. precisely. No seats are reserved.
Rev. E. Winchester Donald, D. D., will conduct prayers from Oct. 21 to November 8.
The preacher conducting prayers may be found at Wadsworth House 1 every week-day during his term of service.
Dr. Donald may be found at Wadsworth House 1 daily from 9-11.
21. Monday.Seminary of American History and institutions. Restrictions on the Freedom of the Press. Mr. C. A. Duniway. University 20, 3.30 p. m.
Seminary in Economics. The Theory of the Standard of Living, from Adam Smith to J. S. Mill. Mr. R. Ware. University 23, 4.30 p. m.
22. Tuesday.Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Meeting at University 5, 4 p. m.
Geological Conference. Papers: The Development of Oligoporus, Dr. R. T. Jackson; Tidal Sand-cusps on the Pacific Coast, Mr. F. P. Gulliver. Geological Laboratory, Room 2, M. Z., 7.45 p. m.
23. Wednesday.Divinity School. Conference. Divinity Chapel, 4.30 p. m.
Cercle Francais. The Romances of the Round Table in England. Professor Kittredge. Fogg Art Museum, 7.45 p. m.
Open to the public.
24. Thursday.English 6. Oral Debate. Harvard 1, 3.30 p. m.
Question: "Resolved, That the Interstate Commerce Act should be so amended as to allow pooling."
Principal Disputants-Affirmative: L. Hildreth and A. M. Kales.- Negative: S. Heckscher and A. S. Ingalls.
Open to all students of the University.
25. Friday.Physical Colloquium. On Double Refraction of Electromagnetic Waves. Mr. A. W. K. Billings. Jefferson Physical Laboratory, Room 24, 5 p. m.
Divinity School. Preaching Service. Mr. A. Hall. Divinity Chapel, 7.30 p. m.
Open to the public.
Harvard Forum. Debate. Harvard 1, 7.30 p. m.
Question: "Resolved; That the attitude of Yale on the foot-ball question is justifiable."
Principal Disputants.- Affirmative: H. B. Huntington '97 and R. B. Sprague '97.- Negative: W. F. Hodge L. S., and W. M. Gardner '98.
Open to the public.
26. Saturday.Geological Excursion to Attleboro. Mr. J. B. Woodworth.
Members leave Park Square Station at 7.20 a. m.; returning same evening. Tickets for Plainsville, Mass. Take luncheon.
The following features will be shown: the Plainville fault, the Goat Rock monoclinal fault-block, the North Attleboro faulted diabase dikes, the sediments of the Wamsutta Group, the Attleboro syncline and the Perrins anticline. Cambrian and Carboniferous fossils may be collected at Hoppin Hill and Perrins, respectively.
Open to all members of the University. Intending members will please communicate before Wednesday with Mr. Jaggar, 60 Perkins Hall.
Geological Excursions.A series of geological excursions, open to all members of the University, will be conducted by the officers of the Departments of Geology and of Mineralogy and Petrography during October and November. It is desirable that persons wishing to take part in any of these excursions should send notice of their intention, not later than Wednesday of the week in question, to Mr. T. A. Jaggar, 60 Perkins Hall. Mr. Jaggar may be consulted daily from 9 to 10 a. m. in Room 2, Geological Department, M. Z., and will be prepared to give information concerning travelling expenses, etc.
Excursion 4.- Saturday, Oct. 26. Mr. J. B. Woodworth. The Cambrian and Carboniferous rocks of Attleboro, Mass.
Excursion 5.- Friday, Nov. 1. Professor W. M. Davis. The relations of the Triassic sandstones and lava beds at Meriden, Conn.
Excursion 6.- Saturday, Nov. 9. Professor W. M. Davis. The Terminal Moraine of Rhode Island.
Appleton Chapel-Sunday Evenings.Oct. 27.- Rev. S. M. McConnell, D. D., of Philadelphia, Penn.
Nov. 3.- Rev. President W. DeW. Hyde, D. D., of Bowdoin College.
Nov. 10.- Rev. S. J. McPherson, D. D., of Chicago, Ill.
Nov. 17.- Rev. S. J. McPherson, D. D., of Chicago, Ill.
Nov. 24-Rev. E. Winchester Donald, D. D., of Boston.
Symphony Concerts.Thursday evenings, Oct. 31, November 21, December 12, 1895; January 2, January 16, February 6, February 20, March 12, April 9, and April 30, 1896.
Reading, Speaking and Debate.Mr. Copeland's classes in reading and speaking meet Monday and Wednesday at 3.30 p. m., in Sever 5; Thursday at 11 a. m., in Sever 13, and at 2.30 p. m., in Sever 8; and Friday at 11 a. m., in Sever 8. These classes are open to all members of the University.
The hours reserved for advanced pupils are Monday at 2.30 p. m., in Sever 5; Thursday at 12 m., in Sever 13; Thursday at 3.30 p. m., in Sever 8: and Saturday at 10 a. m., in Sever 1.
The Debating Club, open to all students of Harvard College and the Law School, will be held on alternate Fridays from 3 to 5 p. m. The first meeting will be duly announced.
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