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8.45. -- Morning prayers in Appleton Chapel by Rev. A. P. Fitch '00.

Last day for receiving applications for Fellowships and Scholarships for 1912-13 in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.

Last day for receiving applications to be considered in the first assignment of scholarships for 1912-13 in the Graduate School of Applied Science.

Last day for receiving applications for James A. Rumrill and Charles Elliott Perkins Scholarships to be held in one of the graduate departments of the University in 1912-13.

2.00.--Bussey Seminar. "On a Theory of Gametic Coupling," by Professor East, at the Bussey Institution.

4.30.--*Classical Conference. "Insanity in the Drama of Sophocles and Shakespere," by Mr. H. C. Kittredge. "Some Notes on Domestic Irony in Sophocles," by Mr. G. G. Sedgewick. "New Fragments of Cynic Poetry," by Professor H. W. Smyth, in Harvard 1.

4.45.--*Graduate Chemical Club. Tribromnitroaniline," by Mr. W. N. Jones and "Use of Metals in Organic Condensation," by Mr. H. W. Starkweather, in Bolyston 9.

8.00.--*Harvard Forestry Club. "Some Forestry Problems in the State of New York," by W. G. Howard '07, in Conant Hall, Oxford street.

8.00.--*Harvard Philosophical Club. "Notes on Mysticism," by Mr. C. G. Hoffman, in Emerson C.

8.15.-- Delta Upsilon Elizabethan Revival, "Ralph Roister Doister," at the Opera House, Exeter, N. H.

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