Sunday, May 25.
11.00.--**Morning service. Rev. Professor Henry Van Dyke, in Appleton Chapel.
4.00.--**Medical School Lecture. "The Sexual Instinct--its Abuse and Control." (To men only). Dr. E. H. Nichols, Medical School, Longwood avenue, Boston.
Monday, May 26.
4.30.--*Seminary of Economics. "The Pottery Industry and the Tariff," Mr. O. J. Smith, Upper Dane.
5.00.--*Physical Colloquium. "Specific Magnetization in Iron." Professor B. O. Peirce Jefferson Physical Laboratory, Room 25.
8.00.--*Harvard Divinity School. Visitation Exercises. Devotional Service; brief address by Rev. Professor G. F. Moore. Address, "The New Demands on the Ministry," President Eliot. "School History for the Year," Mr. R. M. Pounder. Divinity Chapel.
Tuesday, May 27.
10.30.--President and Fellows of Harvard College. Meeting at 50 State street, Boston.
4.00.--Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Meeting at University 5.
8.00.--**Address and Readings. Alfred Noyes, Esq., Sanders Theatre.
Wednesday, May 28.
Last day for receiving from undergraduates applications for College Scholarships.
First day of final examinations in all courses offered by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
11.00.--Board of Overseers. Adjourned meeting at University 5.
4.00.--**Baseball. Harvard vs. Dartmouth. Second team vs. Newton High School at Newton. Freshmen vs. Morris Heights.
Thursday May 29.
Friday May 30.
Memorial Day. A holiday in all departments of the University.
12.00.--**Memorial Service to Commemorate the Sons of Harvard who fell in the Civil War. Sanders Theatre. General Hazard Stevens '64 will speak. After the exercises the Harvard survivors of the War are invited to meet at luncheon in Memorial Hall.
4.00.--**Baseball. Harvard vs. Brown at Providence. Second team vs. Yale second team at New Haven. Freshmen vs. Yale freshmen.
4.00.--**Track, Intercollegiate preliminaries.
4.00.--**Lacrosse, Harvard vs. Stevens at Hoboken, N. J.
Saturday, May 31.
Last day for receiving applications for scholarships for 1913-14 in the Law School.
Last day for receiving applications for scholarships in 1913-14 in the Graduate School of Business Administration.
Last day upon which candidates for degress which carry a graduation fee may give notice that they have abandoned their candidacy for the degree.
Examinations begin in the Medical School and the Dental School.
2.30.--**Baseball, Harvard vs. Andover.
2.30.--**Track, Intercollegiate finals.
2.30.--**Rowing, Second University crew in Henley Regatta at Philadelphia.