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Crimson Calendar

*Open to University. **Open to Public.


All notices for the weekly CRIMSON Calendar must be placed in the notice box in the CRIMSON Office on Friday be fore 5 o'clock, marked "For the CRIMSON Calendar."

Monday, January 13.

10.30.--Meeting of President and Fellows at 50 State street, Boston.

2.30.--**King's Chapel Lecture on "The Quest of Salvation in the Greek and Roman World. II. Religious Philosophy," by Professor Clifford H. Moore, in King's Chapel, Boston.

4.30.--*Handicap pole-vault competition in the Cage.

4.30.--*Seminary of Economics. "Recent Discussion of Local Taxation in the United States," by Professor Bullock, in Upper Dane.

5.00.--*Physical Colloquium. "Miller's Experiments in Vowel Analysis," by Professor Sabine, in Jefferson Physical Laboratory, Room 25.

9.00.--Junior class smoker in the Dining Room of the Union.

Tuesday, January 14.

5.00.--**Lowell Institute Lecture on "The Fundamental Problems of Human Life. III. Religion and Philosophy," by Professor Rudolf Hucken, in Huntington Hall, 401 Boylston street, Boston.

8.00.--**Lowell Institute Lecture on "Wordsworth. III. Wordsworth's New Reading of Man and Nation," by Professor Emile Legouis, in Huntington Hall, 491 Boylston street, Boston.

8.00.--*Divinity Club. "Arabian Proverbs," by Professor James R. Jewett, in Divinity Common Room.

8.00.--*Mining Club, "Organization and Dangers of Mining Companies," by Professor Peters, in the Assembly Room of the Union.

9.00.--Deutscher Verein. Informal Kneipe in Grays 20.

Wednesday, January 15.

Last day for receiving applications for admission to examinations for the degrees of Ph.D., and A.M., in 1913.

11.00.--Special meeting of the Board of Overseers at 50 State street, Boston.

4.00.--Annual meeting of Boston Harvard Club, in the Exchange Club, Boston.

8.00.--**Annual concert by Musical Club in New Lecture Hall.

8.00.--Mathematical Club. "The Distribution of Primes," by Dr. Dunham Jackson, in Conant Common Room.

8.00.--*Organ recital by Dr. A. T. Davison, Jr., assisted by Mrs. Marion Murlless Chapin, in Andover Chapel.

8.15.--**University hockey team vs. Toronto in the Boston Arena.

8.15.--*Organization meeting of Undergraduates' Economics Society in the Trophy Room of the Union.

Thursday, January 16.

4.45.--*Zoological Club. "Comparisons between Taste and Smell," by Professor G. H. Parker, in the University Museum, Room 46.

5.00.--**Lowell Institute Lecture on "The Fundamental Problems of Human Life. IV. The Greatness of Kant," by Professor Rudolf Eucken, in Huntington Hall, 491 Boylston street, Boston.

5.00.--Harvard Divinity School and Andover Theological Seminary. Preaching service by Mr. Fritz Walter Baldwin, Jr., in Divinity Chapel.

8.00.--**Concert by Boston Symphony Orchestra in Sanders Theatre.

Friday, January 17.

4.00.--*University tea in Parlor of Phillips Brooks House.

4.30.--*Classical Conference. "The Dramatic Technique of "The Suppliants' of Aeschylus," by Mr. G. G. Sedgwick; "Ridicule as a Principle of Action in Greek Literature," by Professor C. N. Jackson; and "Alastor," by Dr. B. A. G. Fuller, in Harvard 1.

4.30.--**Final lecture on "Leading Ideas of the Present Time. XVI. The Value of Human Life," by Professor Rudolf Eucken, in Emerson D.

8.00.--*Phi Delta Kappa. "Educational Measurements," by Mr. S. A. Courtis, of Detroit, Michigan, in Emerson J.

8.00.--**Lowell Institute Lecture on "Wordsworth. IV. His Optimism and Nature Worship Confirmed," by Professor Emile Legouis, in Huntington Hall, 401 Boylston street, Boston.

Saturday, January 16.

Last day for notifying the Recorder of intention to take oral examinations during the mid-year examination period.

8.15.--**University hockey team vs. Cornell at Boston Arena.

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