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Crimson Calendar

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

Sunday, October 12.

10.15.--*Meeting of Christian Association in Parlor of Brooks House.

11.00.--**Morning Service. Rev. John B. Diman, of Newport, R. I., in Appleton Chapel.

4.00.--**Lecture. "Our Increased Knowledge Concerning the Nature of Animal Diseases." Dr. George W. Pope. Medical School, Longwood avenue, Boston.

Monday, October 13.

Columbus Day. Holiday in all Departments of the University.

9.00.--H. A. A. Office in Union opens.

3.15.--Board of Overseers. Meeting at University Hall.

Tuesday, October 14.

Junior and Sophomore Class Elections. Election of Student Council.

4.00.--Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Meeting at University 5.

7.00.--Senior Bible class meets in Brooks House.

7.00.--Sophomore Bible class meets in Brooks House.

8.00.--*Geological Conference. "Glacial Erosion in Montana." Professor W. M. Davis. Mineralogical Lecture Room, University Museum.

8.00.--*Harvard History Club. "The Balkans." Professor A. B. Hart. Common Room, Conant Hall.

8.00.--*Undergraduates Economics Society. Open meeting in Trophy Room of Union.

8.00.--1916 meeting in Union.

Wednesday, October 15.

Directory on sale.

4.30.--*Lecture. (In French). "Etudes de literature comparee. Le type de Thonnete homme' et les classiques francais du XVIIe siecle. VI. La resistance au 'surhomme'." Professor Fernand Baldensperger. Emerson D.

7.00.--St. Paul's Society meeting. "Problem of keeping Sunday." Rev. J. B. Diman.

Thursday, October 16.

8.00.--**Corporate communion, Christ Church.

4.30.--**Lecture. (In German). "Christentum und Hellenismus. III. Des Evangelium des Menschensohns," by Professor Ernst von Dobschutz, in Emerson J.

8.00.--Symphony Concert in Sanders.

8.00.--Catholic Club reception at 34 Mt. Auburn street.

8.00.--Boylston Chemical Club meeting in Trophy Room of Union. Dr. Rogers will speak on "The Berlin Laboratories."

Friday, October 17.

4.30.--**Lecture. (In French). "Etudes de litterature comparee. Le type de Thonnete homme' et les classiques francais du XVIIe siecle. VII. Saintete et Societe," by Professor Fernand Baldensperger, in Emerson D.

7.30.--*Harvard Philosophical Club. "Philosophy and Politics." Mr. T. S. Eliot in Emerson C.

8.00.--Meeting of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and of the Graduate Schools of Applied Science and Business Administration, with guests. Living Room of Union.

Saturday, October 18.

3.00.--Football with Holy Cross.

3.00.--Freshmen with Andover at Andover.

6.00.--Cornell applications close.

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