Monday, February 15.
*MORNING PRAYERS. Rev. James G. K. McClure, D.D., LL.D. Appleton Chapel, 8.45 A. M.
**KING'S CHAPEL LECTURES. "Some Modern Interpretations of Christianity in the Light of the History of Religion." I. Professor E. C. Moore. King's Chapel, Boston, 2.30 P. M.
SECOND HALF-YEAR BEGINS (except in the Medical and Dental Schools).
*PHYSICAL COLLOQUIUM. "Surface Tension and Absorption." Dr. M. L. Masius. Jefferson Physical Laboratory, Room 25, 5 P. M.
*MODERN LANGUAGE CONFERENCE. "George Buchanan." Professor E. K. Rand. Common Room, Conant Hall, 8 P. M.
CHAMBER CONCERT. The Kneisel Quartet, assisted by Mr. Ernesto Consolo. Lecture Room of the Fogg Museum, 8 P. M. Program: Beethoven, Quartet in A minor, op. 132; Claude Debussy, Two movements from Quartet in G minor; Brahms, Quartet in A major for Pianoforte, Violin, Viola, and Violoncello, op. 26.
Tuesday, February 16.
FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES. Meeting at University 5, 4 P. M.
**READINGS FROM FRENCH DRAMATISTS. "Le Prince d'Aurec." Mr. Louis Allard. Emerson J, 8 P. M.
*BOSTON SOCIETY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES. Amphitheatre of the Administration Building (Room 201), Medical School, Longwood avenue, Boston, 8.15 P. M. Open to members of the University and of the medical profession.
Thursday, February 18.
*PATHOLOGICAL COLLOQUIUM. "The Diagnosis of General Paresis." Dr. E. E. Southard.--"The Importance of the Intensity of Urinary Acidity in Diabetes." Dr. L. J. Henderson.--"The Forms of Degeneration in Liver Cells." Dr. W. T. Councilman. Library of Pathological Department, Building D, Medical School, Longwood avenue, Boston, 4 P. M. Open to members of the University and to physicians.
**VESPER SERVICE. Rev. James G. K. McClure, D.D., LL.D. Appleton Chapel, 5 P. M. The front seats are reserved for students and for officers of the University and their families till 4.55 P. M.
*LECTURE. "The Classification of Tumors." Dr. F. B. Mallory, of Boston. Building D, Harvard Medical School, Longwood avenue, Boston, 5 P. M. Open to members of the University and to physicians.