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The Student Vagabond


In accordance with the Vagabond' policy of recommending lectures in the sciences wherever possible, he wishes to point out that Professor Allen will speak this afternoon on "Bird Migration, Its Causes and Methods" at 2 o'clock in room 46 of the Zoological Laboratory. A lecture of this sort while based on accurate scientific investigation is not likely to involve discursions into higher mathematics or other indispensable technical equipment strange to the average undergraduate. Added to the relative simplicity of the scientific background necessary for the comprehension of a lecture of this sort, the wide general interest of a phenomenon which everyone has witnessed should make it attractive to many who do not feel the necessity of leaving Cambridge immediately after a last class.

Other lectures today are:


9 o'clock

"State Authority and Responsibility in Education," Professor Holmes, Lawrence 20.

"Due Process of Law", C. P. Curtis, Harvard 2.

10 o'clock

"Aristotle's Ethics." Professor Perry, Emerson D.

11 o'clock

"The Building of the Parthenon," Professor Chase, Fogg Art Museum.

12 o'clock

"Freedom of Speech". Professor Holcombe, Harvard 2.

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