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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 10.
10.30. President and Fellows of Harvard College will meet at 50 State street, Boston.
2.30.--**King's Chapel Lectures on "Chapters in the History of Mohammedanism. V. Modern Movements, including Behaism and Behaism," by Professor G.F. Moore, in King's Chapel, Boston.
4.30.--*Seminary of Economics. "The Duties on Coal Tar Products and their Effects," by Mr. C.W. Haughton, in Upper Dane.
5.00.--*Physical Colloquium. "A New Point of View in the Teaching of Elementary Physics," by Mr. D. L. Webster, in Jefferson Physical Laboratory, Room 25.
7.30.--*Meeting of Boston Student Volunteer League. "A Christian Civilization in the Making," by Rev. G.A. Wilder, D.D., in the Parlor of Phillips Brooks House.
7.30.--*Mass meeting of lacrosse candidates in Sever 11. Speeches by several graduate players.
8.00.--Modern Language Conference. "Suggestions for a Critical Method," by Professor Neilson, in Common Room of Conant Hall. Annual joint meeting of the Conference and the Harvard Classical Club.
8.00.--Harvard Classical Club will be the guests of the Modern Language Conference in Common Room of Conant Hall.
8.00.--Annual dinner of Cosmopolitan Club in Trophy Room of Union. Speakers: President Eliot, Major H. L. Higginson, and Hon. J.I. Western-gard.
Tuesday, March 11.
4.30.--*Geological Conference. "Review of the Proceedings of the Eleventh Geological Congress at Stockholm, 1910," by Professor Wolff; "Report of the Harvard Seismographic Station," by Professor Woodworth, in the Mineralogical Lecture Room, University Museum.
5.00.--Lenten address at the Episcopal Theological School, by Rev. S. S. Marquis, D. D., in St. John's Chapel. Special seats reserved for members of the University.
8.00.--**Topiarian Club. "Considerations on Landscape Architecture, by a Painter," by Mr. W.B. Van Ingen, in Robinson Hall.
Wednesday, March 12.
8.30.--*Conferences in the Fogg Art Museum. I. "Arretine Pottery," by Professor Chase, in the Fogg Museum.
8.00.--Harvard Mathematical Club. "An Improved Railroad Transition Curve," by Professor Huntington, in Common Room of Conant Hall.
9.00.--"The Ancient Mariner," to be read by Professor Copeland, in Dining Room of Union.
Thursday, March 13.
2.30.--*Lecture on "Pathological Psychology," V., by Dr. F. L. Wells, in Emerson 27.
3.30.--*Reading by Professor I. L. Winter, on "The Liars," by H. A. Jones, in Sever 11.
4.45.--*Harvard Zoological Club. "Genetic Factors in Development and Inheritance," by Mr. P.W. Whiting, in Room 46, University Museum.
5.00.--Harvard Divinity School and Andover Theological Seminary. Preaching service, by Mr. Rupert C. Foster, in Andover Chapel.
8.00.--Anniversary meeting of Colorado Club in Territorial Club Room of Union.
8.00.--**Illustrated lecture on "The Influence of Babylonia and Assyria on Modern Civilization," by Professor Carl Bezold, in Emerson J.
Friday, March 14.
8.00.--*Annual Triangular Debate. Harvard vs. Yale in New Lecture Hall.
Saturday, March 15.
Last day for receiving applications for Fellowships and Scholarships, for 1913-14, in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
Last day for receiving applications to be considered in the first assignment of scholarships, for 1913-14, in the Graduate Schools of Applied Science.
Last day for receiving applications for James A. Rumrill and Charles Elliott Perkins scholarships to be held in one of the graduate departments of the University in 1913-14.
9.45.--**Harvard Teachers' Association. Twenty-second annual meeting, in Emerson J.
1.00.--Harvard Teachers' Association. Annual dinner in Union.
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