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That vagabond who falls to go to the Vose Galleries to see the exhibition of Lopez Mezquita before it closes deserves to be read out of the Honorable Order of Vagabondage. There are many modern Spaniards who are better known in Boston fine arts than Mezquita, but for that very reason he should be seen.

There are many pictures which present the peculiar trend which impressionism has taken against the Spanish background, and which is most strikingly represented by the portraits of Zuloaga. Mezquita discards the landscape background and the black lace mantilla, however, in many of his pictures in favor of a more traditional treatment. The subject of one of these, called Paquita by the painter, would be enough to make this vagabond settle down and join the Rotary Club.

Saturday is always a desultory day from the academic point of view. There are several good reasons today for going to Emerson A at noon. Assistant Professor Demos will make his first appearance under his new title in Philosophy 4a. The subject of his lecture, moreover, will be as controversial as one could wish, being "Liberty."

The hour before, at 11 o'clock, I am going to hear Professor Edgell in History 7 in Emerson J. It is not often that I near more than one lecture in the same course in a week, but the literature of the High Renaissance in Italy has so far been fascinating enough to warrant it.

Tomorrow afternoon President Lowell is speaking at the Phillips Brooks House at 4 o'clock in the series of lectures on religion. His subject will be "Public Opinion and Religion."

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