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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."

Monday, December 8.

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

2.30.--**Lecture. "The Growth of Christianity. I. The First Christian Missionaries," by Rev. Professor Kirsopp Lake, in King's Chapel, Boston.

4.00.--**Lowell Institute Lecture, Mr. Alfred Noyes on "The Sea in English Poetry".

5.00.--*Physical Colloquium. "Recent Theories of the Absorption of Light," by Dr. D. L. Webster, in Jefferson Physical Laboratory, Room 25.

7.00.--Special Freshman Service in Appleton Chapel.

8.00.--**Junior-Sophomore Debate in finals of interclass series in New Lecture Hall.

8.00.--*Phd. Delta Kappa (Harvard Chap ter). Conference on "Teaching as a Profession," in Emerson J.

Tuesday, December 9.

12.00.--Senior Nominations close.

8.15--*Geological Conference. "Minerals from Franklin Furnace." by Professor Palache; "The Assmann-Aspiration Psychomotor," by Professor Ward, in Mineralogical Lecture Room, University Museum.

8.00.--*History Club meeting. Professor Ernest on Dobschutz on "The Study of History in Germany."

8.15.--*Boston Society of Medical Science. Papers read. Amphitheatre of Peter Bont Brigham Hospital, Huntington avenue, Boston. Open also to profession.

Wednesday, December 10.

8.00-6.00.--Senior elections.

4.30.--**Lecture (in French). "Etudes de literature compare. Le type de Thonnete homme'et les classiquies fracais due XVIIe siecle. XII. Lesdernieres pieces de Moliere," by Professor Fernaid Badensperger in Emerson D.

5.00.--*Chemical Colloquium. "The Regulation of the Equilibrium between Bases and Acids in the Human Body," by Professor L. J. Henderson, in Coolidge Memorial Laboratory.

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

8.00.-Boylston Chemical Club. Dr. R. B. Earle on "Some Aspects of the Rubber Industry," in Trophy Room of Union.

8.00.--**Circle Framcais Play in Jordan Hall, Boston.

9.00.-Senior Smoker in Union.

Thursday, December 11.

4.00.--**Lowell Institute Lecture. Mr. Alfred Noyes on "The Sea in English Poetry."

4.30.--**Lecture (in German), "Christentum and Hellenismus, X. Der Logos and die Geschichte," by Professor Ernat von Dobschuts, in Emerson J.

8.00.--Boston Symphony Orchestra Concert in Sanders Theatre.

8.00.--*Dramatic Club Plays in Brattle Hall.

8.00.--**Cercle Francais Play in Jordan Hall.

Friday, December 12.

4.00-6.00.--*University Tea in Phillips Brooks House.

4.30.--**Lecture (in French). "Etudes de litterature comparee. Le type de Thonnets homme" et les classiques francais du XVIIe siecle. XXIII. Leg Satries de Boilean." by Professor Fernand. Baldensperger, in Emerson D.

4.45.--*Harvard Zoological Club. "Certain Reactions of Catfish to Light," by Mr. S. F. Wright: "Inbreeding and Homosygosis," by Mr.H. D. Fish in Zoological Laboratory. Room 46. Open also to Radcliffe.

8.00.--**Dramatic Club Plays in Brattle Hall.

8.00.--Novice Meet in Gymnasium.

8.15.--Song Recital. Mr. F. Rogers in New Lecture Hall.

Saturday, December 13.

2.00.--**Dramatic Club Plays in Jordan Hall,

8.00.-**Hockey with M. T. T. in Arena

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