Mr. F. G. Athearn, manager of the Southern Pacific Bureau of Economics in San Francisco, will deliver a lecture on "The Work of the Bureau of Economics," in Emerson H, today at 2.30 o'clock, under the auspices of the Graduate School of Business Administration. Mr. Athern is in charge of the selection and training of student apprentices, who are given a four year's course embracing instruction and actual experience in every branch of the operating department of the Harriman lines, with the idea of developing a small corps of broadly trained college men from which to draw for the subordinate official positions. His lecture today will deal with the policy of the Harriman lines in fostering a more friendly feeling on the part of the public and strengthening the co-operation and loyalty of employees. The lecture will be open to all members of the University.
Last Lecture on "Hospitals."
Mr. Frank Miles Day, of Philadelphia, Pa., will deliver the last of a series of lectures on "Hospitals" in the Lecture Room of Robinson Hall this afternoon at 4.30 o'clock. The lecture will be open to the public.
Dr. Anderson on Preventive Medicine.
Dr. J. F. Anderson, Director of the Hygienic Laboratory of the Public Health and Marine Hospital Service. will deliver the second Cutler lecture on Preventive Medicine in the Amphitheatre of Building E, Medical School, Longwood avenue, Boston, this afternoon at 5 o'clock. Dr. Anderson's topic will be "Some Recent Advances in our Knowledge of Certain Infectious Diseases.
Dr. Bailey to Lecture TonightDr. M. H. Bailey, medical visitor of the University, will deliver a lecture on "Sexual Hygiene" in Emerson J tonight
Professor James's Sixth LectureProfessor William James M.'69 will deliver the sixth lecture of his series on "The Present Situation in Philosophy," in the
ENGLAND IN 18TH CENTURYMr. H. W. V. Temperley, of Cambridge, England, lecturer in the History Department, will deliver a lecture on "England in
"Life in Country Demes of Attica"Professor Francis G. Allinson, of Brown University, will deliver a lecture before the Boston Society of the Archaeological Institute in
Ingersoll Lecture on May 17.Rev. S. M. Crothers, D.D., h,'99 will deliver the Ingersoll lecture this year on "Immortality of Man." The lecture will
Annual Dudleian Lecture TomorrowRev. George E. Horr, D. D., president of the Newton Theological Institution, will deliver the annual Dudleian lecture in Emerson