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Professor Edward Caldwell Moore Chairman of the Board of Preachers, has announced the list of men who will conduct services in Appleton Chapel this year.
Noteworthy among the prospective preachers are the Archbishop of Upsala, Primate of Sweden, the Rev. Samuel S. Drury, Head Master of St. Paul's School, the Rev. Harry Emerson Fosdick of the Union Theological Seminary in New York, and Dr. Terrot Reaveley Glover, Fellow of St. John's College at Cambridge, England.
The complete list of preachers follows:
September 23-The Rev. John Kelman, D. D., Minister of the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, New York Prayer services by members of faculty.
September 30,- The Rev. Harold E. B. Speight, Minister of kings Chapel, Boston.
October 7-The Rev. Karl Relland, D. D., Rector of St. George's Church, New York City.
October 14.-The Rev. J. R. P. Sclater, D. D., Minister of the New North Presbyterian Church, Edinburgh, Scotiand.
October 21.-Rev. Professor William Adams Brown, union Theological Seminary, New York Prayer services by Professor Moore. October 28.-The Rev. Willard L. Sperry, D. D., Dean of the Harvard School of Theology, Cambridge, Mase.
November 4.-The Rt. Rev. Cbarles Lewis Slattery, D. D. 19, Bishop Coadjutor of Massachusetts.
November 11.-The Rev. Charles R. Brown, D. D. Dean of the Yale Divinity School, New Haven, Conn.
November 18.-The Rev. Palfrey Perkins, '05, Minister of the First Christian Church, Weston, Mass.
November 25.-The Archbishop of Upsala, Primate of Sweden.
December 2.-The Rev. Frederick May Eliot '11, Minister of Unity Church, St. Paul, Minn.
December 9.-The Rev. Harry Emerson Foadock, D. D. Union. Theological Seminary, New York City. December 16.-Dr. Terrot Reaveley Glover, Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, England.
December 23.-Dr. Terrot Reaveley Glover.
December 30.-The Rev. Abbot Peterson '04, Minister of the, First Parish Church, Brookline, Mass.
January 6.-The Rev. Francis John McConnell, D. D., Bishop of the Methedist Episcopal Church, Pittsburgh, Pa.
January 13.-The Rev. Henry Knox Sherrill, Rector of Trinity Church, Boston, Mass.
January 20.-The Rev. Prof. Theodore Gerald Soares, D. D., University of Chicage, III.
January 27.-The Rev. Charles R. Brown, D. D.
February 3.-The Rev. Boyd Edwards, D. D., Head-Master of the Hill School, Pottstown, Pa.
February 10.-The Rev. Paul Revere Frothingham, D. D. '86, Minister of the Arlington Street, Church, Boston, Mass.
February 17.-The Rt. Rev. Charles Henry Brent, D. D. '13, Bishop of Western New York, Buffalo, New York.
February 24.-The Rt. Rev. Charles Henry Brent, D. D.
March 2.-The Rev. R. H. Potter, The Church of Christ, Hartford, Conn.
March 9.-The Paul Reverse Frothingham, D. D.
March 16.-The Rev. Prof. Theodore Gerald Scares, D. D.
March 23.-The Rev. Prof. Theodore Gerald Scares, D. D.
March 30.-The Rev. Willard L. Sperry, D. D.
April 6.-The. Rev. Caleb Rochford Statson, D. D., '94, Rector of Trinity Perish, New York City.
April 13.-The Rt. Rev. William Lawrence, D. D., '71, Bishop of Massachusetts, Boston, Mass.
April 20, Easter.-The Rev. Prof. Hugh Black, D. D., Union Theological Seminary, New York City.
April 27.-The Rev. Arthur Howe Bradford, First Congregational Church, Providence, R. I.
May 4.-The Rev. L. Mason, Clarke, D. D., First Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, New York.
May 11.-The Rev. Samuel S. Drury, D. D., '01, Head Master of St. Paul's School, Concord, N. H.
May 18.-The Rev. Clarence A. Barbour, D. D. Rochester Theological Seminary, Rochester, N. Y.
May 25.-The Rt. Rev. Charles Lewis Slattery, D. D.
June 1.-The Rev. W. Russell Bowie, D. D., '04, Rector of Grace Church, New York City.
June 8.-The Rev. Raymond Calkins, D. D., '90, Minister of the First Church Congregational, Cambridge, Mass
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