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Mr. Tagore Unable to Lecture

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Mr. Rabindra Nath Tagore, of Calcutta, India, will be unable to deliver the first of his series of three lectures, which was to be given this afternoon. The other lectures, on "The Problem of Evil," and "Man's Relation to the Universe," will be given tomorrow and Monday afternoons, respectively, in Emerson F at 4.30 o'clock. Mr. Tagore is the foremost philosopher-poet of the far east at the present day. The lectures, open to members of the University, will be delivered in English.

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