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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 19.

11.00.--**Morning Service. Rev. Elwood Worcester, Ph.D., D.D., Rector of Emmanuel Church, Boston, in Appleton Chapel.

8.00.--Justice John W. Hammond addresses the Law School in Phillips Brooks House. "Some Suggestions in the Practice of Law."

Monday, October 20.

4.30.--**Seminary of Economics in Upper Dane Hall. "The Administration of the State-owned Railways of Prussia," by Professor W. J. Cunningham.

5.00.--*Physical Colloquium. "Photometry in Ultra-Violet and the Absorption of the Atmosphere," by Professor Lyman, in Jefferson Physical Laboratory, Room 25.

8.00.--**Lowell Institute Lecture. "Primitive Christianity," by Professor Kirsopp Lake, M. A., D.D., Professor of Early Christianity in Leyden University, Holland.

8.00.--*Modern Language Conference." South America and its Culture," by Professor J. D. M. Ford, in Common Room of Conant Hall.

8.00.--Harvard Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa. Informal Reception to all students of the University interested in the Professional Study of Education, in the Common Room of Conant Hall.

8.00.--Reception to baseball team in Union.

Wednesday, October 22

4.30.--**Lecture. (In French). "Etudes de literature comparee. Le type de 'l'honnete homme,' et - les classiques francais du XVIIe siecle. VIII. Pascal. Professor Fernand Baldensperger. Emerson D.

8.00.--Football mass meeting in Union.

Thursday, October 23.

4.30.--Lecture. (In German). "Christentum and Hellenismus. IV. Die Urgemeinde und der Hellenismus," by Professor Ernst von Dobschutz, in Emerson J.

3.00.--1917 cross country vs. Arlington at Arlington.

8.00.--**Lowell Institute Lecture. "Primitive Christianity," by Professor Kirsopp Lake, M. A., D.D., Professor of Early Christianity in Leyden University, Holland.

8.00.--**Topiarian Club. "Playgrounds." (Illustrated). Mr. Arthur A. Shurtleff, Landscape Architect to the Boston Park Department, in Robinson Hall.

Friday, October 24.

3.00.--Handicap track meet in Stadium.

4.30.--**Lecture. (In French). "Etudes de literature compare. Le type de 'l'honnete homme' et les classiques francais du XVIIe siecle. IX. Le cartesianisme," by Professor Fernand Baldensperger, in Emerson D.

7.00.--Princeton applications close.

7.30.--*Harvard Philosophical Club. (Postponed meeting). "Philosophy and Politics." Mr. T. S. Eliot, in Emerson C.

8.00.--*Harvard Engineering Society. "The Proposed New Water Supply for Oklahoma City," by Mr. T. R. Kendall, in Common Room of Conant Hall.

8.00.--Romance Seminary. First meeting for 1913-14 in Upper Warren.

Saturday, October 25.

3.00.--Football with Penn. State in Stadium.

3.00.--1917 vs. Exeter at Exeter.

3.15.--Soccer with Clinton at Clinton.

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