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What is Going on Today

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Last day for receiving applications of candidates for Second-Year Honors.

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

Last day for receiving theses of candidates for the degree of Ph.D. in 1912 in the Divisions of Ancient Languages, of Modern Languages, and of History, Government and Economics.

Last day for receiving Bowdoin prize essays.

8.45.--**Morning prayers in Appleton Chapel by Rev. E. C. Moore.

3.00.--Spring football practice on Soldiers Field.

3.30.--Candidates for interclass rowing report at Weld boathouse.

4.00.--Faculty of Divinity. Meeting at the Faculty Room, Divinity Library.

4.00.--Freshman championship fencing tournament in Fencing Room of Hemenway Gymnasium.

4.30.--Seminary in Economics. Lecture on "Japanese Farmers and Farm Lands in California," by Mr. Yamato Ichihashi, in Upper Dane.

4.30.--*Preliminary wrestling bouts for University championship, in Wrestling Room of Hemenway Gymnasium.

5.00.--*Physical Colloquium. Lecture on "The Thermal Properties of Water up to 80 Degrees and 12,000 kgm. per sq. cm.," by Dr. Bridgman, in Room 25 of Jefferson Physical Laboratory.

5.00.--Last opportunity for handing in Advocate prize essays.

7.00.--Mission study classes for Seniors. Juniors, and Sophomores, at Brooks House.

7.00.--Freshman Bible Class meets at 29 Follen street.

7.15.--Meeting of University and Freshman track candidates in Lower Massachusetts.

7.30.--Opera dinner in Union.

8.00.--Engineering Society lecture. "The Chemistry of Cement," by Mr. P. S. Cushing in Pierce 203.

8.00.--Meeting in Brooks House for undergraduates interested in the ministry. Addresses by Professor R. C. Moore and President A. P. Fitch '00.

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