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Professor Svante Arrhenius, of Stockholm, Sweden, will give a series of six lectures on "The Structure of the Universe" under the auspices of the Lowell Institute in Huntington Hall, 491 Boylston street, Boston, on Monday and Thursday evenings at 8 o'clock, beginning April 17. Professor Arrhenius is the Director of the Noble Institute and was one of the first to receive the Noble Prize. He is regarded as the founder of the new physical chemistry, and is one of the highest authorities on cosmogony. Of his various books, the most widely known is "Worlds in the Making."

Besides his lectures at the Lowell Institute, Professor Arrhenius will probably give three lectures in Cambridge under the auspices of the Natural History Society and the Boylston Chemical Club. The dates and places of these lectures will be announced later.

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