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Four lectures will be given to the Jowett Club, by some of its graduate members, on selected passages of ancient or modern authors. A few guests can be invited to these lectures by members of the club. Any ladies or gentlemen, whether members of Harvard and Radcliffe or not, will be welcome if they apply before the list is full. The subjects and dates are as follows:
Poems of Martial, Jan. 12, A. A. Bryant '97; Ausonius's Order of the Day, Feb. 23, E. K. Rand '94; Classical Influence on English Lyrics, Mar. 9, C. A. Weatherby '97; Selections from St. Augustine, Apr. 6, H. B. Huntington '97.
The first meeting will be held in Wadsworth House 1. For information apply to C. P. Parker, 60 Shepard Street.
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