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An unusual opportunity will be offered to student vagabonds this morning when Professor Gilbert Murray speaks on "International Relations" in Government 18a at 12 o'clock in Harvard 8.
Professor Murray has been a delegate a several sessions of the League of Nations, is vice-president of the League Committee on Intellectual Cooperation, and Chairman of the League of Nations Union in England. His lecture should prove to be of the greatest interest.
Other lectures of interest being given this morning are:
"Education as a Public Enterprise: the Theory of Public Responsibility for Education," Professor Holmes, Lawrence 20, Education A.
"Increase Mather," Professor Murdock, Harvard 2, English 33.
"The English Mission of St. Augustine; its Relation to the Culture of Early England," Dr. Magoun, Sever 5, Comparative Literature 6a.
"Municipal Home Rule." Professor Muare, Harvard 6, Government 17a.
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