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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, November 2.

11.00.--**Morning Service Rev. Professor George A. J. Ross, of New York, in Appleton Chapel.

4.00.--**Medical School Lecture. "Modern Operative Methods applied to Veterinary Surgery," by Professor Cushing.

Monday, November 3.

4.30.--**Lecture. "The Validity of the Religious Experience. III. Source of the Religious Experience," by Rev. George A. Barrow, in Emerson F.

4.30.--*Seminary of Economics. "The Organization of the Grain Trade on the Pacific Coast," by Mr. Wilfred Eldred, in Upper Dane.

5.00.--*Physical Colloquium. "Recent Determinations of the Electronic Charge and the Avogadro Constant," by Dr. H. M. Trueblood, in the Jefferson Physical Laboratory, Room 25.

8.00.--*Lecture. "Is the Interstate Commerce Commission's Classification of Railroad Accounts meeting the needs of the Commission?" by Mr. William E. Hooper, Associate Editor of the "Railway Age Gazette," New York, in Emerson A.

8.00.--*Modern Language Conference. "The Scope and Aim of "The German Classics of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries," by Professor Francke, in the Conant Common Room.

8.00.--**Lowell Institute Lecture,--"Primitive Christianity," by Professor Lake.

9.00.--Senior Smoker in Union.

Tuesday, November 4.

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

4.30.--**Lecture. "The Validity of the Religious Experience. IV. Test of Validity of the Religious Experience," by Rev. George A. Barrow, in Emerson F.

8.00.--Historical Club of the Harvard Medical School. First meeting in amphitheatre of Peter Bent Brigham Hospital.

Wednesday, November 5.

3.30.--Third consolation cross-country run over Belmont course.

4.00.--Faculty of the Graduate Schools of Applied Science. Meeting in University 5.

4.30.--**Lecture. (In French). "Etudes de literature comparee. Le type de Thonnete homme' et les classiques francais du XVIIe siecle. XII. La de limitation du lyrisme," by Professor Fernand Baldensperger, in Emerson D.

5.00.--**Lowell Institute Lecture,--"Some types of English Poetry," by Professor G. H. Palmer.

8.00.--Colorado Club,--meeting in Territorial Club Room of Union.

Thursday, November 6.

Last day for Yale applications.

4.30.--**Lecture. (In German). "Christentum and Hellenismus. VI. Mysterien und Sacramente," by Professor Ernest von Dobschutz, in Emerson J.

8.00.--**Lowell Institute Lecture,--"Primitive Christianity," by Professor Lake.

8.15.--*Exposition of Chamber Music Mr. Arthur Whiting, and assisting artists, in the New Lecture Hall.

Friday, November 7.

5.00.--Faculty of Medicine. Meeting at Medical School, Longwood avenue, Boston.

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

8.00.*--Harvard Engineering Society. "Experiences with and Work done by the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey in the Philippine Islands," (illustrated), by Mr. P. S. Donnell, in Pierce 202.

Saturday, November 8.

2.30.--Princeton football game at Princeton.

2.30.--1917 vs. Cornell 1917 in Stadium.

2.45.*--Geological Conference. "Modern Methods of Frost Fighting," by Professor Alexander McAdie, at the Blue Hill Meteorological Observatory.

3.00.--Yale dual cross-country run at New Haven.

3.00.--Soccer game with Princeton at Princeton

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