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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."

Tuesday, February 25.

4.30--*Geological Conference. "The Influence of Forests upon Climate," by Professor Ward, in the Mineralogical Lecture Room of the University Museum.

7.30--*Harvard Botanical Club. "Investigations in Ultraviolet Light," by Mr. W. T. Bovie, at 12 Oxford street.

8.00--Major Henry Lee Higginson '55 in the Living Room of the Union.

Wednesday, February 26.

11.00--Board of Overseers. Meeting at University 5.

2.30--**1916 Hockey team vs. Milton, at Milton.

4.30--**Lecture (in French), "A Color-Conference" on "Les chateaux de la Loire, les beaux monuments, et les beaux paysages de la France," by M. Andre de Fouquieres, in the New Lecture Hall.

7.00--Meeting of the St. Paul's Society. "The Observance of the Lord's Day," by Rev. F. C. Powell, S.S.J.E., in the Noble Room of Phillips Brooks House.

7.30.--*Dean Briggs at home, 140 Brattle street.

8.00--**William Belden Noble Lecture. "Dante's Verdict on Life: its Significance and Value. IV. The Drama of the Soul." Rt. Rev. William Boyd-Carpenter, in the New Lecture Hall.

8.00--Harvard Mathematical Club. Mr. P. M. Batchelder will speak in the Common Room of Conant Hall.

Thursday, February 27.

2.30--*Lecture on Pathological Psychology. III. Dr. Frederic L. Wells, in Emerson 27.

3.00--Reception of Harvard Dames in Phillips Brooks House.

4.30--Cosmopolitan Club Tea. in Holyoke 7.

4.45--*Harvard Zoological Club. "The Relation of the Stable Fly to the Transmission of Infantile Paralysis," by Mr. C. T. Brues, in the University Museum, Room 46.

5.00--Harvard Dignity School and Andover Theological Seminary. Preaching service by Mr. James T. Carlyon, in Andover Chapel.

7.00--Regular class on "Foundation of the Faith," by Rev. Campbell in Phillips Brooks House.

8.00--Boston Symphony Orchestra Concert in Sanders Theatre.

8.00--*Dean and Mrs. Hurlburt at home 32 Quincy street.

Friday, February 28.

Last day for re-engaging College rooms for 1913-14.

4.00--*Last University Tea, in Phillips Brooks House.

8.00--**William Belden Noble Lectures. "Dante's Verdict on Life: its Significance and Value. V. The Drama of the Soul." Rt. Rev. William Boyd-Carpenter, in the New Lecture Hall.

8.00--Meeting of Pennsylvania Club in Territorial Club Room.

8.00--**Wrestling meet with Yale, in New Heaven.

Saturday, March 1.

Last day for receiving from persons intending to enter College applications for Price Greenleaf Aid, James A. Rumrill Scholarships, and Charles Elliott Perkins Scholarships, for 1913-14.

2.00--**Schoolboy track met at B. A. A.

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