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Appleton Chapel, 7.30 p.m. Rev. Edward Everett Hale, D. D.
*** Week-day morning prayers at 8.45 a.m. No seats are assigned, either for officers or classes. Prayers will be conducted by Rev. G. A. Gordon, from March 18.
Mr. Gordon may be found at Wadsworth House 1 every week-day from 9 to 10 a.m.
4. MONDAY.French Readings. Moliere, La Critique de l'Ecole des Femmes. Professor Bocher. Sever 11, 4 p.m.
Semitic Seminary. Reader: Mr. W. W. Fenn. Subject: A Study of the Book of Job. 7 Lowell street, 7.30 p.m.
Harvard Co-operative Society. Annual Meeting. Sever 11, 7.30 p.m.
6. WEDNESDAY.Spring recess begins this day and continues through April 12.
HARVARD NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY.
On successive Wednesday evenings during term-time until about June 1, there will be given, under the auspices of this society, familiar talks upon the Massachusetts fauna. These talks will deal with the haunts, habits, and peculiar forms of animals, thus furnishing a suitable introduction to shore and field collecting. They will be abundantly illustrated. They will be given in the Lawrence Scientific School building, west wing, room 4, and will be open only to members and graduates of the University. The subjects and speakers for the next three meetings are as follows:
April 13. Massachusetts Butterflies; Mr. Samuel H. Scudder, president of the Boston Society of Natural History.
April 20. Massachusetts Birds; Mr. Wm. Brewster, president of the Nuttall Ornithological Club.
April 27. Something about Crabs: Mr. J. S. Kingsley, editor of the "American Naturalist."
FRENCH READINGS.A course of six French Readings, begun March 21, 1887, is given Sever 11, on Mondays, at 4 p.m., by Professors Bocher and Cohn.
These readings are given for the purpose of enabling the French department to purchase books needed in the special library now in Sever 21.
The remaining readings occur as follows:
April 4 - Moliere. La Critique de l'Ecole des Femmes. Professor Bocher.
April 18 - Bossuet, Oraison funebre de Henriette d'Angleterre. Professor Cohn.
April 25 - Theodore de Banville, Gringoire. Professor Bocher.
May 2 - Beaumarchais, Le Mariage de Figaro. Professor Cohn.
Tickets may be obtained by mail from 59 Kirkland street, Cambridge, or at the University Book Store, C. W. Sever, Harvard square. Single admission, $1. All members of the University will be admitted without tickets.
ENGLISH C.The Junior Thesis will be due April 26.
Mr. Gates can be consulted in regard to the choice of topics, on Thursdays from 1.30 to 2.30, in Closed Alcove 25.
ENGLISH B.Theme IX. will be returned to students on Tuesday, April 5, from 2 until 3.30 o'clock, as follows: Albee to Greene Sever 1; the rest in Sever 5. All Themes not called for at that time will be left, at the students' risk, in the tin box on the mantle-piece in Sever 3.
Theme X. will be due on Tuesday, April 5. Subject: An Exposition. Theme XI. will be due on Tuesday, April 26. Subject: An Argument. For Themes X. and XI. may be substituted a Double Theme, of not less than ten pages, comprising both Exposition and Argument. The Double Theme will be due on Tuesday, April 5.
A note of the subject of each theme, on a card specially prepared for the purpose, must be deposited in the wooden box in Sever 3 at least one week before the theme is due. A card will be found enclosed in every theme returned to students.
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