University Calendar

**Open to Public.

Saturday, February 25.

**MORNING PRAYERS. Rev. F. J. McConnell, D.D., LL.D., Appleton Chapel, 8.45 A. M. The University preacher may be found at Wadsworth House 1 daily from 9 to 11 o'clock in the morning.

Sunday, February 26.

**MORNING SERVICE. Rev. President Francis J. McConnell, of Greencastle, Ind. Appleton Chapel, 11 A. M. Students of the University enter at the south side-door. Students accompanied by friends enter at the south side-door. Officers of the University and their families enter at the north side-door. No seats except in the galleries will be open to the public.

**MEDICAL SCHOOL LECTURE. "Heredity in Mental Disease." Dr. E. E. Southard. Medical School, Longwood avenue, Boston, 4 P. M.

Monday, February 27.

**KING'S CHAPEL LECTURES. "The Eastern Church. IV. The Nestorians and Theological Education." Professor G. F. Moore. King's Chapel, Boston, 2.30 P. M.

*LECTURES. "Geology of Fuels, Fluxes, and Refractory Materials." III. Professor Graton. Rotch Building, 4.30 P. M.

*SEMINARY OF ECONOMICS. "Maritime Labor Unions on the Pacific Coast." Mr. R. K. Forsyth. Upper Dane 2, 4.30 P. M.

**LECTURES ON MUSIC. IV. "English Music from 1620 to 1675." (Illustrated). Mr. Arnold Dolmetsch. Lecture Room of the Fogg Museum, 4.30 P. M.

*PHYSICAL COLLOQUIUM. "Perrin's Brownian Movement and Molecular Reality." Professor H. N. Davis, Jefferson Physical Laboratory, Room, 25, 5 P. M.

**LECTURE. "The Concert of Europe and the Federation of the World." Mr. W. Alison Phillips, of London, General Assistant Editor of the Encyclopaedia Britannica and University Extension Lecturer. Emerson D, 8 P. M.

Tuesday, February 28.

Last day for re-engaging College rooms for 1911-12.

*LECTURES. "Geology of Fuels, Fluxes, and Refractory Materials." IV. Professor Graton. Rotch Building, 8 P. M.

BUSSEY SEMINAR. "Nuclear Fusions in Somatic Tissues." Dr. B. M. Davis, "Recent Work on Graft Hybrids." Mr. John Detlefsen. Bussey Institution, 2 P. M.

*GEOLOGICAL CONFERENCE. "Eoliths, Geologically and Archaeologically the most Ancient Specimens of Chipped Stone." Dr. Charles Peabody. Mineralogical Lecture Room, 4.30 P. M.

*EXPOSITION OF CHAMBER MUSIC. Mr. Whiting, assisted by Mr. Francis Rogers. New Lecture Hall, 8 P. M. Open only to officers and students of the University.