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University Calendar.

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OCTOBER 29. SUNDAY.Appleton Chapel, 7.30 p. m. Rev. Alfred Momerie, D. D., of London, England.

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

Rev. Leighton Parks D. D., will contuct prayers from October 30 to November 11.

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

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

Classical Philology 1. Greek Chronology and Calendar. Professor Wright, Harvard 1, 3,30 p. m.

Open to all members of the University.

31. TUESDAY.Last day for receiving application of candidates for Final Honors in 1894.

Last day fro receiving dissertations for the Bowdoin and Chauney Wright Prizes.

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

Geological Conference. Papers: The Newburyport Silver Mines, Mr. H. L. Newman; Fossils of the Winthrop Drift, Mr. R. E. Dodge; Geikie's Text-book, 3d edition, Mr. J. B. Woodworth; The Iron Ores of the Lake Superior Region, Mr. J. R. Finlay. Geological Laboratory, 7.45 p. m.

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

NOVEMBER 1. WEDNESDAY.Classical Philology 1. Roman Chronology and Calendar. Dr. Hayley, Harvard 1, 3.30 p. m.

Open to all members of the University.

2. THURSDAY.Seminary of Classical Philology. The Jungling Bridles of the Ancients. Mr. F. K. Ball. Sever 13, 2.30 p. m.

Open to all students in Greek and Latin courses.

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

Question: "Resolved, That further restriction on immigration from Europe is practicable, and should be imposed."

Principal Disputants.- Affirmative: L. Coolidge and E. A. Howes.- Negative: E. R. Coffin and W. S. Hockley.

Open to all students of the University.

Lecture. The Teaching of French; the Essential Differences. Pronunciation. Professor de Sumichrast. Sever 23, 4.30 p. m.

Open to all members of the University.

Symphony Orchestra Concert. Sanders Theatre, 7.45 p. m.

3. FRIDAY.Classical Philology 1. Greek Legal Antiquities. Professor Goodwin. Harvard 1,3.30 p. m.

Open to all members of the University.

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

Question: Resolved, That it is for the interest of the public that natural monopolies such as water-works, gas and electric light plants, etc., should be owned and operated by the municipalities in which they are situate."

Principal Disputants.- Affirmative: J. W. Cooke and E. J. Dewire.- Negative: L. C. Renfro and N. W. Howard.

Open to all members of the University.

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

Question: "Resolved, That the election of United States Senators should be by direct vote of the people."

Principal Disputants.- Affirmative: A. W. White, Sp.- Negative: E. H. Warren '95.

Open to all members of the University.

APPLETON CHAPEL-SUNDAY EVENINGS.

Oct. 29.- Rev. Alfred Momeric, D. D., of London.

Nov. 5.- Rev. Leighton Parks, D. D.

Nov. 12.- Rev. Leighton Parks, D. D.

Nov. 19.- Protap Counder Mozoomdar, of Calcutta, India.

SYMPHONY CONCERTS.Thursday evenings, Nov. 2, 16, Dec. 7, Jan 4, 25, Feb. 15, March 8, April 5, 26.

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