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Crimson Calendar

*Open to University. **Open to Public.


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."

Monday, October 28.

10.30.--President and Fellows of Harvard College. Meeting at 50 State street, Boston.

2.00-6.00.--*Glee Club quartet trials in the Trophy Room of the Union.

4.30.--Seminary of Economics. "Economic Developments of Agriculture during the Twentieth Century as compared with the Developments during the Nineteenth," by Professor J. L. Coulter, Expert Special Agent for Agriculture, in Upper Dane.

5.00.--*Physical Colloquium. "Wilson: on the Photographic Determination of the Paths of Ions," by Dr. E. L. Chaffee, in Jefferson Physical Laboratory, Room 25.

6.00.--Speakers' Club dinner in new dining room, Memorial Hall.

6.00.--Phi Beta Kappa dinner in the Phi Beta Kappa room of Memorial Hall. Open to all graduate members of the society.

7.00.--Dr. Fitch's Freshman Bible Class in Brooks House Parlor.

7.00.--Dr. Francis's Junior Bible Class in Brooks House Office.

8.00.--*Open forum under auspices of the Speakers' Club in Emerson D. Subject for discussion: "The Political Situation."

8.00.--*Mr. F. J. Bagocius on "The Lawrence Strike and the Education of the Foreigner" in Brooks House.

Tuesday, October 29.

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

7.00.--Botanical Club. "Chestnut-bark Diseases," by Mr. W. T. Bovie, in Conant 19.

7.00.--Professor Cole's Senior Bible Class, in Brooks House Office.

7.00.--Dr. Evans's Sophomore Bible Class, in Brooks House Parlor.

8.00.--Geological Conference. "Mode of Rock Metamorphism," by Professor Daly, in Mineralogical Lecture Room, University Museum.

Wednesday, October 30.

7.00.--*St. Paul's Society. "The Practical Use of the Bible," by the Rev. Alexander Mann, D.D., in Phillips Brooks House.

8.00.--*Freshman Debating Club. First debate of year in Trophy Room of the Union.

8.00.--*Organ Recital by Dr. A. T. Davison, Jr., assisted by Fraulein Eucken, in Andover Chapel.

Thursday, October 31.

5.00.--*Applications close for Dartmouth tickets.

8.00.--Meeting of Iowa Club in Assembly Room of the Union.

Friday, November 1.

Last day for receiving applications of candidates for Final Honors in 1913.

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

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

4.30.--**(In German). "Leading Ideas of the Present Time." IV. "The Problem of Evolution," by Professor Eucken, in Emerson D.

4.45.--*Graduate Chemical Club. "The Fixation of Nitrogen," by Mr. W. B. Meldrum, in Boylston 9.

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

7.30-8.30.--Kanrich's Orchestra in Union Living Room.

7.30.--*Harvard Philosophical Club. "Recent Contributions to Philosophy," in Emerson C.

8.00.--Masonic Club in Trophy Room of Union.

8.00.--Delta Sigma Rho in Assembly Room of Union.

8.00.--*Harvard Engineering Society. "The Design of an Earthquake-proof Water Supply System to be Installed in Japan," by Mr. C. S. Brisk, in the Common Room, Conant Hall.

Saturday, November 2.

2.00.--**Football with Princeton in the Stadium.

2.00.--Harvard 1916 vs. Princeton 1916 at Soldiers Field.

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