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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."
Tuesday, April 29.
4.00.--Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Meeting at University 5.
4.00.--**Finals in interclass lacrosse.
4.00.--**Baseball. University vs. Bates.
8.00.--*Geological Conference. "The Serpentines of Vermont," Mr. Edward Wigglesworth. Mineralogical Lecture Room, University Museum.
8.00.--**Dudleian Lecture. "Christianity and Ministerial Ordination." Rev. Ambrose W. Vernon. Emerson J.
8.15.--**Lecture. "The Oxford University Press" (Illustrated). Sir William Osler. New Lecture Hall.
Wednesday, April 30.
4.00.--**Baseball. 1916 vs. Waltham. Second University vs. Exeter.
4.30.--*University fencing championship preliminary trials.
7.45.--Senior County Fair. Parade leaves Yard.
8.00.--**Godkin Lectures. "Democracy and Responsibility. IV. Direct versus Representative Government." Mr. Herbert Croly. Emerson J.
8.00.--Harvard Mathematical Club. "Velocity Diagrams in Two Dimensional Motions." Professor H. N. Davis. Common Room, Conant Hall.
8.00.--**Pierian Sodality Concert. Sanders Theatre.
Thursday, May 1.
Last day for receiving essays for the Susan A. Potter Prizes, the Patria Society Prize, and the Japan Prize.
Last day for receiving dissertations for the Dante, Sargent, Toppan, Sumner, and Bennett Prizes.
Last day for receiving compositions for the George A. Knight Prize in Music.
Notice of intention to compete for the Sales and Jeremy Belknap Prizes must be given on or before this date.
Last day for receiving theses of candidates for the degree of Ph.D. in 1913 (except in the Divisions of Ancient Languages, of Modern Languages, and of History, Government, and Economics).
Last day for undergraduates and for graduate students to hand in their Commencement Parts.
Last day for receiving applications of candidates for the degree of M.D. or the degree of D.M.D. in 1913.
Last day for receiving applications for the Bullard Fellowships.
Last day for receiving applications for Medical School Scholarships for 1913-14 (except the Cheever and Hayden Scholarships).
Undergraduates hand in cards on choice of electives.
2.30.--*Lectures on Pathological Psychology. XI. Dr. Frederic L. Wells, Emerson 27.
4.00.--**Baseball. University of Vermont.
8.00.--History Club. "Recent International Readjustments in Europe." Professor G. G. Wilson. Common Room of Conant Hall.
Friday, May 2.
4.00.--**Handicap track meet at Soldiers Field.
5.00.--Faculty of Medicine. Meeting at Medical School, Boston.
8.00.--**Godkin Lectures. "Democracy and Responsibility. V. The Mechanism of Popular Representation. Mr. Herbert Croly. Emerson J.
8.00.--**Freshman triangular debate. 1916 vs. Princeton 1916. Sanders Theatre.
Saturday, May 3.
3.00.--**Golf. Harvard vs. Agawam Hunt Club, at Providence, R. I.
3.00.--**Baseball. University vs. Amherst. Second University vs. Brown Freshmen. 1916 vs. Rindge.
3.00.--**1916 track team vs. Exeter, at Exeter.
3.00.--**Lacrosse. University vs. Boston Lacrosse Club. 1916 vs. Andover.
3.00.--**University soccer team vs. Columbia.
3.00.--**University tennis team vs. Amherst, at Amherst.
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