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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 26.

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

4.00.--**Lecture, "Stable Ventilation." (With lantern slide demonstration), by Professor James B. Page, of Amherst, at Harvard Medical School, Longwood avenue, Boston.

Monday, October 27.

4.30.--**Lecture. "The Validity of the Religious Experience. I. The Problem," by Rev. George H. Barrow, in Emerson F.

5.00.--*Physical Colloquium. "The Magnetic Susceptibility of Water," by Dr. H.T. Hayes, in Jefferson Physical Laboratory, Room 25.

8.00.--Lowell Institute Lecture.

Tuesday, October 28.

4.30.--**Lecture. "The Validity of the Religious Experience. II. Analysis of the Religious Experience," by Rev. George H. Barrow, in Emerson F.

8.00.--*Geological Conference. "The Making of a Geological Folio," by Dr. L. La Forge.--"Eastern Excursions of the International Geological Congress," by Professor Raymond and Messrs Wigglesworth and Powers in Mineralogical Lecture Room of University Museum.

8.00.--Lecture on Labrador, by Dr. Grenfell in Union.

8.15.--Organ Recital by Dr. A.T. Davison, Jr., in Appleton Chapel.

Wednesday, October 29.

4.30.--**Lecture. (In French). "Etudes de litterature comparee. Le type de 'l'honnete homme' et les classiques francais du XVIIe siecle. X. Paris et les Provinces." Professor Fernand Baldensperger. Emerson D.

5.00.--*Chemical Colloquium. "Investigations recently completed in the Wolcott Gibbs Memorial Laboratory." Professor Richards. T. Jefferson Coolidge, Jr., Memorial Laboratory.

8.00.--**Lowell Institute Lecture.

Thursday, October 30.

4.30.--**Lecture. (In German). "Christentum und Hellenismus. V. Paulus aus Tarsus." Professor Ernest von Dobschutz. Emerson J.

8.00.--"47 Workshop" Plays, Agassiz House.

8.00.--**Lowell Institute Lecture.

Friday, October 31.

Brown game applications close.

4.30.--**Lecture. (In French). "Etudes de litterature comparee. Le type de Thonnete homme' et les classiques francais du XVIIe siecle. XI. Humeurs et Humour." Professor Fernand Baldensperger. Emerson D.

5.45.--*Harvard Zoological Club (open to members of Radcliffe). "Observations on the Growth of the Shell of a Lamellibranch," Mr. W.J. Crozier.--Reviews of papers on "Spermatogenesis of the Pig," "Transplantation of Amphibian Eyes," "Respiration of Nerves," "A New Aberrant of Colias hyale." Zoological Laboratory, Room 46.

Saturday, November 1.

Last day for receiving applications of candidates for Final Honors in 1914.

Last day for handing in theses for the David A. Wells Prize.

Last day for receiving essays for the William H. Thorndike Prize.

Tri-Collegiate Literary competition opens.

11.00.--Dual cross-country run with Cornell.

2.30.--Football with Cornell in Stadium.

3.00.--1917 vs. Hill School at Pottstown.

3.00.--Soccer with Springfield Training School at Cambridge.

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