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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, March 17.

1.15.--Piano recital by Mr. Max Paner, in New Lecture Hall.

4.30.--Meeting of Faculty of Divinity, at the Faculty Room, Divinity Library.

5.00.--*Physical Colloquium. Comments on Mr. Webster's Paper by Professor Hall. "Sir J. J. Thomson's Electromagnetic Method of Chemical Analysis," by Professor Lyman, in Room 25, Jefferson Physical Laboratory.

7.00.--Meeting of Freshman class, in Living Room of the Union.

8.00.--Special Union production of "The Comedy of Errors," by the Delta Upsilon in Brattle Hall.

Tuesday, March 18.

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

8.15.--*Boston Society of Medical Sciences, in Amphitheatre of Building D, Medical School, Longwood avenue, Boston. Open to members of the medical profession.

9.00.--Illustrated lecture on "Service Under Dr. Grenfell," by Dr. J. M. Little, Jr., '97, in Living Room of Union.

Wednesday, March 19.

7.30.--*Reading of Henry Arthur Jones's "The Liars," by Professor I. L. Winter, in Sever 11.

8.00.--*Harvard-Andover Divinity Club. Illustrated lecture on "Duerer's Biblical Illustrations and Holbein's Dance of Death'," by Professor Francke, in Peabody Hall, Brooks House.

9.00.--Sixth University Forum in the Dining Room of Union.

9.00.--Senior Garden Party, in Living Room of Union.

Thursday, March 20.

2.30.--*Lectures on Pathological Psychology, VI, by Dr. F. L. Wells; in Emerson 27.

5.00.--*Communion Service in College Chapel.

8.00.--*Harvard Divinity School and Andover Theological Seminary. The Communion of the Lord's Supper. Sermon by Rev. Professor E. Y. Hincks, in Andover Chapel.

8.00.--*Expositions of Chamber Music. Last recital, by Mr. Arthur Whiting, in New Lecture Hall.

Friday, March 21.

9.00.--*Good Friday Communion Service in College Chapel.

7.30.--*Harvard Philosophical Club. "The Origin of Life," by Mr. M. K. Schermerhorn, in Emerson C.

8.00.--**Harvard Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa. "The New York City School Inquiry," by Professor Hanus, in Emerson J.

8.00.--Finals of intercollegiate fencing tournament, at Hotel Astor, New York City.

8.00.--*Lecture on the New York School Inquiry, by Professor P. H. Hanus, in Emerson J.

9.00.--Pop Concert by Pierian Sodality Orchestra, in Living Room of Union.

Saturday, March 22.

Last day for handing in one act plays for spring production of Harvard Dramatic Club.

8.00.--Intercollegiate gymnastic meet, at Princeton, N. J.

8.00.--Finals of intercollegiate fencing tournament, at Hotel Astor, New York City.

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