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Sunday, December 11.

*APPLETON CHAPEL, 7.80 P. M. Rev. Lyman Abbott, D.D., of New York, N. Y. Rev. Lyman Abbott, D.D., will conduct morning prayers from December 12 to December 22. He may be found at Wadsworth House 1 daily from 9 till 11.

Monday, December 12.

PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS OF HARVARD COLLEGE. Meeting at No. 50 State street, Boston, 10.30 A. M.

**ZOOLOGICAL CLUB. "Varistion in Urosalping," Mr. H. E. Walter. Short papers. Room 1, fourth floor, Zoological Museum, 4.45 P. M.

**PHYSICAL COLLOQUIUM. "Some New Phenomena of Fluorescence," Dr. Morse. Jefferson Physical Laboratory, Room 25, 5 P. M.

**UNIVERSITY DEBATING CLUB. Debate Assembly Room, Harvard Union, 7.30 P. M. Question: "Resolved, That the world's best interests demand that the Russo-Japanese war be fought to a finish." Principal disputants: Affirmative--J. L. Galey '05, E. M. Hall 1L.; negative--N. Wolfman 1G. W. L. Robinson 2L.

Tuesday, December 13.

**GEOLOGICAL CONFERENCE. Papers: "Certain Valleys in Central New York" (15 m.), Mr. F. V. Emerson; "An excursion to Merice" (25 m.), Professor Davis; "The Sailing Route around Cape Horn" (10 m.), Professor Ward. Geological Lecture Room, 8 P. M.

Wednesday, December 14.

BOARD OF OVERSEERS. Meeting at No. 50 State street, Boston, 11 A. M.

MATHEMATICAL CONFERENCE. Meeting to discuss a proposed plan for converting the Conference into a Mathematical Club. A full attendance is requested. Sever 24, 4.30 P. M.

*LECTURE. "Brief Comment on Wagner's "Flying Dutchman," Professor Spalding. (Selections will be played on the Aeolian Orchestrelle.) Lecture Room of the Fogg Museum, 4.30 P. M.

MODERN LANGUAGE CONFERENCE. "To Bite the Dust, and its Alleged symbolic Sense," Professor Ford. Colonial Club, 8 P. M.

*LECTURE, "Numismatics of the Napoleonic and Risorgimento Periods," Mr. R. M. Johnston. (Illustrated by Stereopticon.) Harvard 1, 8 P. M.

**LECTURE. "The Life and Work of Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1804-1964," Mr. Copeland. Sever 11, 8 P. M.

Thursday, December 15.

*VESPER SERVICE. Appleton Chapel. 5 P. M.

BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA LECTURE. "Antigua y Moderna Espana," Mr. Alexander Cumming. Assembly Room, Harvard Union, 8 P. M.

**NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY. "The Sense of hearing in Fishes," Mr. I. A. Field; "Collecting in the Arctic," Mr. J. Murdoch '73. Training Table Room, Harvard Union, 8 P. M.

Friday, December 16.

**UNIVERSITY TEA. Phillips Brooks House, 4 to 6 P. M.

*DIVINITY SCHOOL. Christmas Service with Sermon. Mr. W. H. Perkar. Divinty Chapel, 7.30 P. M.

*PHIOSOPHICAL CLUB. "A report from the Philosophical Field," Professor R. P. Bowne, of Boston, University. Lecture Room of the Fogg Museum, 3.30 P. M.

Saturday, December 17.

**MUSEUM WALK, to see Collections of Vertebrates in the Museum of Zoology. Leaden; Dr. Rand. Meet at 9 P. M. at North Door of University Museum, Oxford street side.

**NATURAL HISTORY WALK, to study Sand Dunes and Beach Zoology. Weather permiting, take 7.30 A. M. train from, North Station at 6,15 P. M. Bring lunch. Men who wish to go should notify Mr. A. C. Burrill, Grays 2, before 6 P. M., December 16.

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