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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 31.

Last day for receiving applications for Divinity School Fellowships and Scholarships.

8.30.--Candidates from 1915 for second assistant tennis manager report in H. A. A. Office.

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

3.00.--**Cutter Lectures on Preventive Medicine. "The Use of Vital Statistics. I. With Truth." Professor Whipple. Amphitheatre of Building E, Medical School, Longwood avenue, Boston.

3.00.--*Spring football practice begins at Soldiers Field.

5.00.--*Physical Colloquium. "On the Teaching of Elementary Mechanics." Professor H. N. Davis, in Room 25 of the Jefferson Physical Laboratory.

8.15.--*Undergraduates' performance of "Panamania," by Hasty Pudding Club, at the Club Theatre.

Tuesday, April 1.

Last day for receiving applications of candidates for Second-Year Honors.

Last day for receiving theses of candidates for the degree of Ph.D in 1913 in the Divisions of Ancient Languages, of Modern Languages, and of History, Government, and Economics.

Last day for handing in manuscripts for the Bowdoin prizes.

Last day of competition for Francis Boott prize in music.

7.00.--Freshman class dinner in Living Room of Union.

8.00.--Economics Society meeting in Westmorly 126. Papers on "Agricultural Development."

8.15.--**First public performance of "Panamania," by the Hasty Pudding Club, at the Club Theatre.

Wednesday, April 2.

Last day for receiving applications for College Rooms for 1913-14.

3.00.--**Cutter Lectures on Preventive Medicine. "The Use of Vital Statistics. II. With Imagination." Professor Whipple. Amphitheatre of Building E. Harvard Medical School, Longwood avenue, Boston.

3.30.--*Conferences in the Fogg Art Museum. III. "The Paintings in the Museum," by Professor Pope, in the Museum.

4.00.--Faculty of the Graduate Schools of Applied Science. Meeting at University 5.

8.00.--**University Musical Clubs concert at Providence.

8.00.--**University gymnasium team vs. B. A. A., in Boston.

Thursday, April 3.

2.30.--*Lectures on Pathological Psychology. VIII. Dr. Frederic L. Wells, in Emerson 27.

3.30.--*Reading by Professor I. L. Winter, in Sever 11.

4.45.--*Harvard Zoological Club. "A Collecting Trip Through Haiti," by Mr. W. M. Mann, in Room 46 (4th floor) of the University Museum. Members of the University and of Radcliffe College invited.

5.00.--*Harvard Divinity School and Andover Theological Seminary. Preaching Service, by Mr. C. Thurston Chase, in Andover Chapel.

8.00.--**"The Stymie," by the Pi Eta Club, in the Music Hall, Quincy.

8.00.--History Club. "A Generation of Historical Study at Harvard," by Professor Emerton, in the Common Room of Conant Hall.

8.15.--**Recital of English and Scottish Folk Songs. Misses Dorothy, Rosalind, and Cynthia Fuller, of Sturminster Newton, Dorset, England, in New Lecture Hall.

Friday, April 4.

12.00.--**Harvard Day at Gardner Art Galleries.

4.30.--*Classical Conference. "The Relation between the Satires and the Odes of Horace in Method of Composition," by Mr. R. K. Hack.--"Satyrus's Life of Euripides," by Professor C. H. Moore.--"An Old Latin Version of Euripides," by Professor Gulick, in Harvard 1.

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

7.30.--Final trials for 1916 triangular debate.

7.30.--*Harvard Philosophical Club. A Review and Discussion of "The New Realism," by Messrs. T. S. Eliot, G. A. Feingold, R. F. Rattray, Norbert Weiner, F. F. Wolff, and Dr. H. T. Costello, in Emerson C.

8.00.--Romance Seminary. Meeting in Upper Warren House.

8.00.--*Harvard Engineering Society. "Quicksand," by Mr. G. H. Hazelhurst, in Common Room of Conant Hall.

8.00.--*Freshman fencing meet, in Hemenway Gymnasium.

8.15.--**Recital of English Folk Songs, in New Lecture Hall.

8.15.--**"Panamania," by the Hasty Pudding Club, in Jordan Hall, Boston.

Saturday, April 5.

8.00.--**"The Stymie," by the Pi Eta Club, in Town Hall, Andover.

8.15.--**"Panamania," by the Hasty Pudding Club, in Jordan Hall, Boston.

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