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All notices for the weekly CRIMSON Calendar must be placed in the notice box in the CRIMSON Office on Friday before 5 o'clock, marked "For the CRIMSON Calendar."

Monday, April 7.

*First day to sign up for Letter baseball series in blue-books at Leavitt & Peirce's.

8.45.--*Morning prayers in Appleton Chapel, conducted by Dr. P. M. Rhinelander.

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

4.00.--*Notice fencing tournament in Hemenway Gymnasium.

4.30.--**Lecture on "Indian Philosophy in its Applications to Life. V. The Problem of Self," by Rabindranath Tagore, Esq., in Emerson D.

4.30.--*Seminary of Economics. "The Development of the Worsted Industry under the Influence of the Tariff since 1867," by Mr. A. H. Cole, in Upper Dane.

5.00.--*Physical Colloquium. "Recent Work on the Nature of the X-Rays," by Dr. E. L. Chaffee, in Room 25 of the Jefferson Physical Laboratory.

8.00.--Modern Language Conference. "English Pageantry," by Mr. Robert Withington; "Joseph Dennie: A Pioneer in American Literature," by Mr. H. M. Ellis, in Common Room of Conant Hall.

9.00.--Smoker for Sophomore class in Union.

9.00.--Meeting of the Council of the Federation of Territorial Clubs in the club room in Union.

Tuesday, April 8.

Candidates from the class of 1916 for degree with distinction may report today.

8.45.--*Morning prayers in Appleton Chapel, conducted by Dr. P. M. Rhinelander.

11.00.--Board of Overseers. Meeting at University 5.

2.30.--**University baseball team, in first game of season, vs. Red Sox, at Fenway Park.

4.00.--Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Meeting at University 5.

4.30.--*Geological Conference. Amygdules, Pseudamygdules, and Miarolitic Cavities," by Professor A. C. Lane; "Some Resemblances between the Comstock, Goldfield, and El Oro Lodes," by Mr. Augustus Locke, in Mineralogical Lecture Room of the University Museum.

8.00.--**University Musical Clubs in Newtonville.

Wednesday, April 9.

Last day for receiving these in the Graduate School of Business Administration.

8.45.--*Morning prayers in Appleton Chapel, conducted by Dr. P. M. Rhinelander.

7.30.--Smoker for Freshman class in Union. Moving pictures.

8.00.--Harvard Mathematical Club. "A New Method of Solving Ordinary Differential Equations," by Mr. W. V. Lovitt, in the Common Room of Conant Hall.

8.00.--**Lecture on "Indian Philosophy in its Appleton to Life. VI. Relation through Love," by Rabindranath Tagore, Esq., in Emerson D.

Thursday, April 10.

Last day for handing in compositions for the Francis Boott Prize.

8.45.--*Morning Prayers in Appleton Chapel, conducted by Dr. P. M. Rhinelander.

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

4.45.--*Harvard Zoological Club. "Fossorial Adaptations in Mammals," by Dr. G. M. Allen, in Room 46 (4th floor) of the University Museum. Open to members of the University and of Radcliffe College.

5.00.--Lectures on the Professions. I. "Law as a Profession," by Dean Thayer; "The Choice of Electives," by President Lowell, in New Lecture Hall. Open only to members of the Freshman class.

Friday, April 11.

8.45.--*Morning prayers in Appleton Chapel, conducted by Dr. P. M. Rhinelander.

8.15.--**Pianoforte Recital, by Mr. Rudolph Ganz, in New Lecture Hall. Admission by ticket.

Saturday, April 12.

8.45.--*Morning prayers in Appleton Chapel, conducted by Dr. P. M. Rhinelander.

2.30.--**University baseball team, in second game of season, vs. Johns Hopkins at Baltimore.

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