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University Calendar

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Monday, October 31.

MORNING PRAYER. Rev. Edward C. Moore, Ph.D., D.D., Appleton Chapel, 8.45 A. M.

PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS ON HARVARD COLLEGE. Meeting at 50 State street, Boston; 10.30 A. M.

**LECTURE. "The Life and Works of Beethoven." (With Musical Illustration) Professor Friedlaender, New Lecture all, 4.30 P. M. Seats reserved for members of the University until five minutes before the beginning of the lecture.

*SEMINARY OF ECONOMICS. "Taxation in Switzerland." Professor Bullock. Upper Dane 2, 4.30 P. M.

*PHYSICAL COLLOQUIUM. "The Effect of Mercury upon Steel at High Pressures." Dr. Bridgman. Jefferson Physical Laboratory, Room 24, 5 P. M.

Tuesday, November 1.

Last day for receiving applications of candidates for Final Honors in 1911.

Last day for handing in theses for the David A. Wells Prize.

Last day for receiving essays for the William H. Thorndike Prize.

FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES. Meeting at University 5, 4 P. M.

*LECTURES ON PRAGMATISM. III. "The Search for Cosmic Unity before Kant." Dr. H. M. Kallen. Emerson F 4.30 P. M. Open to members of the University and of Radcliffe College.

**GODKIN LECTURES. "Austria and Hungary as a Federation. I. The Historical Basis of the Union of Austria and Hungary, 1526-1723." Professor Dr. Josef Redlich, of the University of Vienna Emerson D, 5.30 P. M.

CONFERENCES ON RELIGION AND SOCIAL PROBLEMS. "The Modern message of the Hebrew Prophets." H. Professor George F. Moore. Parlor, Phillips Brooks House, 7.30 P. M. All members of the Law School and of the Graduate Schools are invited to be present.

Wednesday, November 2.

**GODKIN LECTURES. "Austria and Hungary as a Federation. H. Austria and Hungary from the Pragmatic Sanction to the Revolution of 1848." Professor Dr. Josef Redlich, of the University of Vienna. Emerson D, 5.30 P. M.

HARVARD MATHEMATICAL CLUB. "Uses of Mathematics in Engineering." Professor Clifford. Common Room, Conant Hall, 8 P. M.

Thursday, November 3.

**BOOK EXIMIT IN THE COLLEGE LIBRARY "Early German Printers Nuremberg and Basel." Treasure Room, Gore Hall, 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. The exhibition will be continued on Friday and Saturday during the same hours. Open to the public in the afternoon only.

**LECTURE. "Romanticism in Music, from von Weber and Chopin to Berlioz and Schumann." (With Musical Illustrations.) Professor Friedlaender. New Lecture Hall, 4.30 P. M. Seats reserved for members of the University until five minutes before the beginning of the lecture.

**GODKIN LECTURES. "Austria and Hungary as a Federation. III. The New Foundation of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, 1848-1867." Professor Dr. Josef Redlich, of the University of Vienna. Emerson D, 5.30 P. M.

Friday, November 4.

*LECTURES ON PRAGMATISM. IV. "Hegel and the Epistemological Compromise." Dr. H. M. Kallen Emerson F. 4.30 P. M. Open to members of the University and of Radcliffe College.

**GODKIN LECTURES. "Austria and Hungary as a Federation. IV. The Compromise of 1867 and its Development till the Present." Professor Dr. Josef Redlich, of the University of Vienna, Emerson D, 5.30 P. M.

**HARVARD DIVINITY SCHOOL. First Weekly Preaching Service. Mr. L. D. Somers. Divinity Chapel, 8 P. M.

Saturday, November 5.

FACULTY OF MEDICINE. Meeting at Medical School, Boston, 8 P. M.

**GODKIN LECTURES. "Austria and Hungary as a Federation. V. The Dual Monarchy and the Modern Ideas of Nationalism, Imperialism, and Democracy." Professor Dr. Josef Redlich, of the University of Vienna. Emerson D. 5.30 P. M.

CONFERENCE ON MISSIONS. Mr. D. Brewer Eddy, Secretary of the American Board, and Dr. Arthur H. Smith of China. Peabody Hall, Phillips Brooks House, 7.45 P. M. Admission by ticket only. Tickets may be obtained at Phillips Brooks House.

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