The first of the free public lectures on medical subjects, to be given during the year by members of the Faculty of Medicine of the University, will be given at 8 o'clock tonight at the new Medical School buildings, Longwood avenue, Brookline. Dr. Robert W. Lovett '81 will speak on "Unfavorable Conditions of Modern School Life." Tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock Dr. Edward H. Bradford '69 will deliver the second lecture of the series on "Deformities of the Feet from Shoes." No admission tickets are required.
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