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Exchange Professors Emile Legouis and Rudolf Euckon Will Speak Today at Huntington Hall.

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Professor Emile Legouis will give the third of a series of lectures on "Wordsworth" In Huntington Hall, Boston, this evening at 8 O'clock. The subject of today's lecture will be "Wordsworth's New Reading of Man and Nation." The lecture will be given in English and will be open to the public.

"Fundamental Problems of Life."

Professor Rudolf Eucken will deliver the third of a series of lectures on "The Fundamental Problems of Human Life" at Huntington Hall, Boston, this afternoon at 5 O'clock. The subject of this particular lecture will be "Religion and Philosophy." These lectures are given under the auspices of the Lowell Institute and are open to the public.

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