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PROFESSOR LOWES WILL DELIVER FIRST RADCLIFFE LECTURE THIS AFTERNOON

WILL SPEAK IN SANDERS THEATRE AT 4.30 O'CLOCK

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Professor John Livingston Lowes, G. '03, professor of English at the University, will deliver the first of a series of lectures under the auspices of the Radcliffe endowment fund in Sanders Theatre at 4.30 o'clock this afternoon. Professor Lowe's subject will be, "The Noblest Monument of English Prose". Today's lecture is the first of a course of eight to be given on consecutive Monday afternoons by University professors and associate professors now offering courses at Radcliffe College. The other lecturers are Professor G. H. Parker '87, Professor F. W. Taussig '79, Professor G. H. Edgell '09, Professor H. S. Langfeld, Professor J. D. M. Ford '94, Professor C. H. Haskins, A.M. '08, and Dr. A. T. Davison '06.

Tickets for the course, at $10 each, are on sale at the Radcliffe Endowment Headquarters, 603 Boylston Street, Boston: Herrick's Copley Square, and Amee Brothers Bookstore, Brattle Street. Single tickets at $1.50 each may be bought at the door before each lecture.

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