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THE STUDENT VAGABOND

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Overwhelmed with a profusion of attractive lectures today, I shall make no attempt to pick or chose before hand, but shall wander whither chance may lead me. Here are the leading possibilities.

Nine o'clock

Economics 2, Professor Gay, Harvard 1, "Development of the Trade Union Policy in the United States." English 39, Professor Tatlock, Sever 29, "Otway's plays."

Ten O'clock

Music 4, Professor Spalding, Music Building, "Brahms First Symphony."

Eleven O'clock

History 7 Mr. Whitney, Emerson J. "Political Settlement of the Lutheran Situation in Germany."

Twelve O'clock

Fine Arts 4a, Professor Edgell, Robinson Hall, "Styles of Henry IV and Louis XIII."

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