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University Calendar

*Open to the Public. **Open to the University


Sunday, Feb. 4.

Appleton Chapel, 7.30 p. m. Rev. Charles Cuthbert Hall, D. D., of New York, N. Y.

Week-day morning prayers begin at 8.45 a.m. No seats are reserved.

Rev. Francis G. Peabody will conduct morning prayers from February 6 to February 24.

Dr. Peabody may be found at Wadsworth House 1 daily from 11 till 1.

Monday, Feb. 5.

*Lectures on Modern Music. I. Beethoven and the Symphony. Mr. T. M. Osborne. Lecture Room of the Fogg Museum, 8 p. m.

Tuesday, Feb. 6.

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

Wednesday, Feb. 7.

**Harvard Christian Association. Opportunities of the Present. Phillips Brooks House, 6.45 p. m.

Radcliffe Scholarship Fund. Reading. New Stories from New Books. Mr. F. Hopkinson Smith, of New York. Sanders Theatre, 8 p. m. Tickets, with reserved seats, fifty cents, at Sever's and Amee's Bookstores, Harvard square.

Thursday, Feb. 8.

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

Boston Symphony Orchestra Concert. Miss Suza Doane, Soloist. Sanders Theatre, 7.45 p. m. Programme: Schubert, Unfinished Symphony; Chopin, Concerto for Pianoforte in F minor: Grieg, Symphonic Dances.

Friday, Feb. 9.

*Divinity School. Devotional Service with Sermon. Mr. A. Webb. Divinity Chapel, 7.30 p. m.

Appleton Chapel--Sunday Evenings.

Feb. 4.--Rev. Charles Cuthbert Hall, D.D., of New York, N. Y.

Symphony Concerts.

Thursday evenings, Feb. 8, Mar. 1, Mar. 15.

Chamber Concerts.

Tuesday evenings, Feb. 13, Feb. 27, Mar. 13, Apr. 3, Apr. 24.

Performance of Goethe's "Iphigenie."

The Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures has arranged for a performance of Goethe's Iphigenie in German, on the evening of March 22, in Sanders Theatre. The performance will be given by the company of the Irving Place Theatre of New York, under the direction and by the courtesy of its manager, Mr. Heinrich Conried.

Lecture on Iphigenia.

On Monday evening, March 19, in the Lecture Room of the Fogg Museum, Professor Morgan will speak on the Iphigenia of Euripides, and Professor Schilling on the Iphigenia of Goethe. Open to the public.

History of Classical Studies.

Professor Morgan will give a course of fifteen lectures on the History of Classical Studies, intended primarily for students of the Classics, but open to all members of the University, on Wednesday and Friday afternoons at 3.30, in Sever 18, beginning Friday, February 16. The subjects of the lectures will be announced each week in the Calendar.

Cercle Francais Public Lectures for 1900.

The Cercle Francais has arranged for a series of eight lectures on Modern French Poetry, to be given by M. Henri de Regnier, the eminent poet and novelist. These lectures will be given in Sanders Theatre, at 4.30 p. m., on dates given below. Admission is by ticket only. Tickets for the course may be obtained of H. B. Stanton, 48 Dana Chambers, Cambridge, to whom applications must be made in writing before February 11. Sections of the theatre will be reserved for officers and students of the University. The dates and subjects of the lectures are:

Mar. 1.--Parnassians and Symbolists. Origins of Contemporary Poetry.

Mar. 3.--Villiers de l'Isle-Adam and the Poets in Prose.

Mar. 6.--Paul Verlaine. Sentiment in Art.

Mar. 8.--Stephane Mallarme. Poetry and Music.

Mar. 10.--The New School of Poetry.

Mar. 13.--The Poets of Today. Works and Portraits (Moreas, Kahn, Laforgue, Stuart Merrill, Francis Viele-Griffin, etc.)

Mar. 15.--Symbolism in Belgium.

Mar. 17.--Les Jeunes. The Future of Poetry

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