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University Calendar.

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APRIL 29. SUNDAY.Appleton Chapel, 7.30 p. m. Rev. Leighton Parks, D. D., of Boston.

(The front pews will be reserved for members of the University until 7.30. Members of the Unversity are requested to enter by the south door.)

Rev. Leighton Parks, D. D., will conduct prayers from April 30 to May 5.

Dr. Parks may be found at Wadsworth House 1 daily from 9-11.

30. MONDAY.Applications from Graduate Students for admission to examination for any degree should be made on or before this date.

President and Fellows of Harvard College. Meeting at 50 State street, Boston, 11 a. m.

Seminary of American History and Institutions. The Evils of the Present Cancus System. Mr. F. W. Dallinger. University 20, 3.30 p. m.

Lecture. Contemporary Poets: Mr. Aldrich, Mr. Francis Thompson, Mr. W. E. Henley, and Mr. William Watson. Mr. Copeland. Sever 11, 8 p. m.

Open to all members of the University.

MAY 1. TUESDAY.Last day for receiving from persons intending to enter College applications for Price Greenleaf Aid for 1894-95.

Last day for receiving dissertations for the Dante, Sargent, Paine, Toppan, Sumner and Sales Prizes.

Last day for receiving theses of Candidates for the degree of Ph. D. or S. D.

Lecture. Organization and Officers of the Early Christian Church. Rev. E. E. Hale, D. D. Divinity Chapel, 3.30 p. m.

Open to the public.

Faculty of Arts and Sciences. University 5,4 p. m.

Boylston Chemical Club. Albumen in Urine and the Importance of that Body in the Diagnosis of Disease. Professor E. E. Calder, of Brown University. Boylston 9, 7.30 p. m.

Open to all members of the University.

Geological Conference. Papers: Hematite Deposits near Pittsfield, Mass., Mr. J. Underhill; Inclined Topography, Mr. F. P. Gulliver; A Cane Swamp on Rumstick Neck, Narragansett Bay, Mr. J. B. Woodworth. Geological Laboratory, 7.45 p. m.

Divinity School Faculty. 17 Quincy St., 8 p. m.

2. WEDNESDAY.Last day for receiving applications for College Rooms for 1894-95.

Board of Overseers. Adjourned Meeting at No. 50 State St., Boston, 11 a. m.

Lecture. The Beginings of Babylonian Culture. Professor Lyon. Peabody Museum, 3 p. m.

Open to the public.

Lecture. New England Congregationalism: Its Standards, its Methods, and its History. Rev. E. E. Hale, D. D. Divinity Chapel, 3.30 p. m.

Open to the public.

Harvard Religious Union. Meeting-house or Church: the Importance of Beauty in our Places of Worship. Mr. R. A. Cram, Architect, of Boston. Sever 11, 8 p. m.

3. THURSDAY.Lecture. The Congregational System in its work today. Rev. E. E. Hale, D. D. Divinity Chapel, 3.30 p. m.

Open to the public.

English 6. Oral Debate. Harvard 1,3.30 p. m.

Question: "Resolved, That United States senators should be elected by direct popular vote."

Principal Disputants.- Affirmative: L. Coolidge and J. T. Kilbreth.- Negative: H. L. Cannon and W. S. Hockley.

Open to all students of the University.

Bowdoin Prize Dissertation. The "Defensor Pacis" of Marsiglio of Padua and the "De Monarchia" of Dante. Mr. J. Sullivan, Jr. Sever 5, 8 p. m.

Open to the public.

4. FRIDAY.Assignment of College Rooms for 1894-95.

Divinity School. Preaching Service. Divinity Chapel, 7.30 p. m.

Open to the public.

Wendell Phillips Club. Debate. University 16, 7.30 p. m.

Question, "Resolved, That the mayors of cities should appoint the heads of municipal departments."

Principal Disputants.- Affirmative: W. S. Appleton '96, G. L. Paine '96.- Negative: R. H. E. Starr '96, N. L. J. Gron, Gr.

Open to all members of the University.

Harvard Engineering Society. The History of the Locomotive (illustrated with the stereopticon). Professor F. R. Hutton. Jefferson Physical Laboratory, 7.45 p. m.

Open to the public.

Graduate Club. Life in Russian Universities. Mr. A. Chessin. G. A. R. Hall, Quincy Square, 8 p. m.

Open only to regular and honorary members of the Club, and to members of the Faculty.

5. SATURDAY.Lecture. Japan, its Past and Present. Mr. N. Kishimoto. Peabody Museum, 3 p. m.

Open to the public.

DUDLEIAN LECTURE.The Dudleian Lecture for the current academic year will be given in Appleton Chapel on the evening of May 16, by the Rev. Samuel M. Crothers, Preacher to the University. The subject for the current year is: "The proving, explaining and proper use and improvement of the principle of natural religion, as it is commonly called and understood by divines and learned men."

LECTURES ON THE PRINCIPLES OF CONGREGATIONALISM.A course of six lectures on the Principles of Congregationalism will be given by Rev. E. E. Hale, D. D., in the Chapel of the Divinity School on the afternoons of May 1, 2, 3, and May 8, 9, 10, at 3.30. This course is designed for students of the ministry, but is open to the public. The subjects are as follows:

1. Organization and Officers of the Early Christian Church.

2. New England Congregationalism. Its Standards, its Methods, and its History.

3. The Congregational System in its work today.

4. The Ritual of Congregational Churches.

5. The Ritual of Congregational Chvrches.

6. The Work of a Congregational Church in Education, in Hospitality, and in Charity.

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