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Lectures of interest today and Monday are as follows:
"William Dean Howells," Professor Greenough. Harvard 1.
"Dollar Diplomacy under Tatt and Wilson," Professor Baxter. Harvard 2.
"The Militant Communism 1918-1920," Professor Karpovich, Sever 21.
"English Estates Design," Professor Pray, Robinson Hall.
"King Oedipus." Professor Gulick, Sever 26.
"Rise of the Wage Earning Class," Professor Usher, Widener U.
"The Renaissance of French Music." Professor Hill, Music Building.
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