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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, February 17.
2.30.**--King's Chapel Lectures on "Chapters in the History of Moham-medanism. II. Controversies about Faith and Free Will. The Rationalists," by Professor G. F. Moore, in King's Chapel, Boston.
4.30.**--Lecture on "Indian Philosophy in its Applications to Life. II. Man's Relation to the Universe," by Mr. Rabindranath Tagore, of Calcutta, Bengal, in Emerson F.
4.30.--Meeting of Faculty of Divinity in Faculty Room, Divinity Library.
4.30.*--Seminary of Economics. "Some Economic Aspects of Vocational Guidance." Mr. Meyer Bloomfield '01, in Upper Dane
5.00.*--Physical Colloquium. "The Possible Significance of Crystalline Form and Molecular Volume," by Professor Richards, in Jefferson, Room 25.
8.00.--Lecture by the Reverend W. T. Sumner in Living Room of Union. The subject has not been announced.
8.00.**--William Belden Noble Lecture on "Dante's Verdict on Life: its Significance and Value. I. Dante Himself," by Rt. Rev. W. Boyd-Carpenter, in New Lecture Hall.
8.15.*--Boston Society of Medical Sciences, in amphitheatre of Building D, Medical School, Longwood avenue, Boston.
Preliminary sketches of Architectural Competition due.
Tuesday, February 18.
4.00.--Meeting of Faculty of Arts and Sciences in University 5.
5.00.**--Episcopal Theological Lenten Service in St. John's Chapel. The speaker will be Rev. F. B. Sill.
8.00.*--Harvard Philosophical Club. Lecture on "Brahma," by Mr. Rabindranath Tagore, in Emerson A.
8.00.--Lecture by Professor Perry in Living Room of Union.
Wednesday, February 19.
3.30.**--Winter Carnival on board track behind Langdell Hall.
8.00.**--William Belden Noble Lecture on "Dante's Verdict on Life: its Significance and Value. II. The Influences in His Life," by Rt. Rev. W. Boyd-Carpenter, in New Lecture Hall.
8.30.--Phillips Brooks House election.
1914 Senior Dormitory second applications closed.
Thursday, February 20.
2.30.*--Lectures on "Pathological Psychology II.," by Dr. Frederic L. Wells, in Emerson 27.
5.00.--Harvard Divinity School and Andover Theological Seminary. Sermon by Mr. Bruce W. Brotherston, in Andover Chapel.
8.15.*--Exposition of Chamber Music, by Mr. Whiting in New Lecture Hall.
9.00.--Pierian Pop Concert in Union.
Friday, February 21.
4.00 to 6.00.*--University Tea in Phillips Brooks House.
8.00.**--William Belden Noble Lecture on Dante's Verdict on Life: its Significance and Value. III. The Drama Within or the Drama of the Soul," by Rt. Rev. W. Boyd-Carpenter, in New Lecture Hall.
8.15.**--University swimming team vs Amherst in Y. M. C. A. tank.
Saturday, February 22.
Holiday in all departments of the University.
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