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8.45.--**Morning prayers in Appleton Chapel by the Rev. A. W. Vernon.

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

3.30.--Final trials for 1916 triangular debate.

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 Huripides," by Professor Gulick, in Harvard 1.

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

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.

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

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