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University Calendar

*Open to the public. **Open to the University.


Monday, Mar. 26.

President and Fellows of Harvard College. Meeting at No. 50 State St., Boston, 10.30 a. m.

**History of Classical Studies. XII. Professor Morgan. Sever 18, 3.30 p. m.

Seminary of Economics. The Economic Aspects of Close Commercial Relations with Hawaii. Mr. U. S. Parker. University 23, 4.30 p. m.

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

*Lecture. The Transvaal and the Present Crisis. Dr. H. A. Wolff. Sanders Theatre, 8 p. m. Sections C, D, E, and the floor will be reserved for members of the University till 7.55 p. m.

Modern Language Conference. Rostand's Cyrano de Bergerac with Metrical Translations. Professor Courtney Langdon. Walter Hastings 25, 8 p. m. Open to members of the Conference only.

*Lectures on Trusts. III. Effects on Prices and Wages. Professor Jenks of Cornell University. Lecture Room of the Fogg Museum, 8 p. m.

Tuesday, Mar. 27.

**Sophomore Debating Club. Debate. Sever 35, 7 p. m. Question: "Resolved, That President McKinley's Administration has been detrimental to the country." Affirmative: Holmes's Camp.--Negative: Bernbaum's Camp.

*Semitic Conference. The Talmud. Dr. Emil G. Hirsch, of Chicago. Lecture Room of the Fogg Museum, 7.45 p. m.

**Geological Conference. Papers: Structural Relations of the Melaphyr in Brookline, Newton, and Brighton. Mr. H. T. Burr.--Note on Gold bearing Rocks form Idaho. Dr. A. S. Eakle.--Reviews. Rotch Building, 8 p. m.

Wednesday, Mar. 28.

Mathematical Conference. A Graphic Method of Deducing the Criteria for the Nature of the Roots of Cubic and Quartic Equations. Mr. R. E. Gaines. Sever 24, 4.30 p. m.

Candidates for the Degree of Master of Arts (or of Science) meet in Harvard 1, at 5 p. m , to make the necessary arrangements for Commencement Exercises.

**Harvard Christian Association. Things that Endure. Mr. N. W. Edson. Brooks House, 6.45 p. m.

*Lectures on Trusts. IV. Social Effects; Legislation. Professor Jenks, of Cornell University. Lecture Room of the Fogg Museum, 8 p. m.

*The William Belden Noble Lectures. IV. Ethics and Religion (1). Professor Palmer. Brooks House, 8 p. m.

Thursday, Mar. 29.

Commencement Parts. Professor A. S. Hill will confer with Seniors concerning their subjects for Commencement Parts, in Sever 2, at 12 m.

*Vesper Service. Appleton Chapel, 5 p. m.

**Boylston Chemical Club. Modern Water Analysis and Examination of Water Supplies. Professor Sanger. Boylston 10, 7.30 p. m.

Harvard Educational Conference. The Administration of the Boston Public School System. Superintendent E. P. Seaver, LL.D., Boston. Sever 17, 8 p. m. Open to all members of Courses in Education.

Friday, Mar. 30.

**History of Classical Studies. XIII. Professor Morgan. Sever 18, 3.30 p. m.

**Afternoon Tea. Brooks House, 4 to 6 p. m.

*Divinity School. Devotional Service with Sermon. Mr. F. R. Griffin. Divinity Chapel, 7.30 p.m.

*Classical Club. Ancient Troy. (Illustrated). Professor Goodwin. Lecture Room of the Fogg Museum, 8 p. m. The middle section of seats will be reserved for members of the Faculty and of the Club until 7.50 p. m.

Social Psychology Club. Professor Lindley M. Keasbey of Bryn Mawr. Subject: The Institution of Society. Psychological Laboratory, Upper Dane, 8 p. m. Open to advanced students of Philosophy and Economics.

Saturday, Mar. 31.

Last day for receiving applications for Divinity School Fellowships and Scholarships.

Last day for re-engaging College Rooms for 1900-01.

Last day for receiving applications of candidates for Second-Year Honors.

Last day for receiving dissertations for the Bowdoin Prizes. Dissertations should be left, not later than 1 p. m., at the office of the Recording Secretary, 5 University Hall, where they will be receipted for.

*Lecture. IV. The Physiological and Chemical Properties of Antiseptics. Rodney H. True, Ph.D. University Museum, room 12, 10 a. m.

Appleton Chapel--Sunday Evenings.

Apr. 1.--Rev. M. D. Babcock, D.D., of Baltimore, Md.

Apr. 8.--Rev. Francis G. Peabody, D.D., of Cambridge.

Apr. 15.--Bishop John H. Vincent, D.D., of Topeka, Kansas.

Lectures on the Social Teaching of Jesus Christ.

Professor Peabody will give four lectures on the Teaching of Jesus in its relation to Social Questions, in Phillips Brooks House, on Wednesday evenings, as follows:

May 2. The Social Principles of the Teaching of Jesus.

May 9. The Teaching of Jesus Concerning the Rich.

May 16. The Teaching of Jesus concerning the Care of the Poor.

May 23. The Teaching of Jesus concerning the Industrial Order.

These lectures are open to the public.

Chamber Concerts.

Tuesday evenings, Apr. 3, Apr. 24

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