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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 5.
10.15.--*Meeting of Christian Association in Parlor of Brooks House.
11.00.--**Morning Service. Rev. Sheppard Billings, of Groton, in Appleton Chapel.
4.00.--**Lecture. "The Protection of Domesticated Animals." Professor V. A. Moore, of Cornell. Medical School, Longwood avenue, Boston.
4.00-6..09.--*President and Mrs. Lowell at home to students.
8.00.--*Law School Society meets in Parlor of Brooks House.
Monday, October 6.
3.30.--*Freshman crew candidates report at boathouse.
4.30.--Faculty of Divinity. Meeting in Faculty Room, Divinity Library.
5.00.--*Physical Colloquium. Address on "Gaseous Detectors of Electric Waves" by Professor G. W. Pierce, in Room 3, Jefferson Laboratory.
5.30.--Debating Council. Meets in Upper Dane.
7.00.--*Freshman Bible class meets in Parlor of Brooks House.
7.00.--*Dr. Gifford's Junior Bible class meets in Brooks House.
7.30.--Student Volunteers of Greater Boston. Meet in Peabody Hall.
8.00.--*Menorah Society. Reception in Parlor of Brooks House.
8.00.--*Modern Language Conference. Address on "The newer English and German Staging of Plays," by Professor G. P. Baker '87 in Conant Common Room.
Tuesday, October 7.
4.00.--Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Meeting in University 5.
7.00.--Senior Bible class meets in Brooks House.
7.00.--Sophomore class meets in Brooks House.
Wednesday, October 8.
3.00.--**Harvard 1917 vs. Groton, at Groton.
4.30.--**Lecture (in French.) "Etudes de literature compare. Le type de Thonnete homme et les classiques francais du XVIIe siecle. IV. L'Etat social de la France de 1660." Professor Fernand Baldensperger, in Emerson D.
7.00.--*St. Paul's Society. "The Creed and Social Reform," by the Rev. A. W. Moulton, in Noble Room, Phillips Brooks House.
8.00.--*Reception for foreign students in Parlor of Brooks House.
Thursday, October 9.
3.00.--Meeting of Harvard Dames in Parlor of Brooks House.
4.30.--**Lecture (in German) on "Christentum und Hellenismus. H. Moses und Plato," by Professor von Dobschutz, in Emerson J.
7.30.--*Reading. Lowell's "The Vision of Sir Launfal," with a brief talk on pulpit delivery, by Professor Winter, in Divinity Chapel.
Friday, October 10.
4.30.--**Lecture (in French) on "Etudes de literature comparee. Le type de Thonnete homme et les classiques francais du XVIIe siecle. V. La in de I'influence Italienne," by Professor Baldensperger, in Emerson D.
7.30.--Meeting of Engineering Society. Trophy Room of Union.
Saturday, October 11.
3.00.--**Football with Williams in Stadium.
3.00.--**Harvard 1917 vs. Dean Academy on Soldiers Field.
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