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Dr. A. D. Lindsay, Master of Balliol College, Oxford, gives the first of two lectures on "Some New Forms of Public Opinion", under the Godkin endowment, this afternoon: The lectures will be at 4.30 o'clock in Emerson D. Another visiting lecturer will be heard this evening, when Professor Naumann of the University of Frankfort speaks on "Geshichte des Puppenspiels in Deutschland" in Emerson D at 8 o'clock.

TODAY

9 o'clock

"The Sovereignty of the People", Professor Holcombe, New Lecture Hall.

10 o'clock

"How Magnets Work", Professor Black, Jefferson Physical Laboratory.

"Beethoven", Professor Spalding, Music Building.

"Drama of the Restoration", Professor Murray, Sever 11.

"Emerson", Professor Murdock, Harvard 2.

11 o'clock

"The Framing of the Constitution, 1787", Professor, Elliott, Harvard 2.

"Ulrich Von Hutten", Professor Howard, Sever 6.

12 o'clock

"Background of the Puritan Revolution", Professor Whitney, Emerson J.

TOMORROW

9 o'clock

"Public Expenditures", Professor Burbank, Harvard 3.

"Knossus; the Wall Paintings", Professor Chase, Van Rensaller room, Fogg Museum.

10 o'clock

"Prussian Bureaucracy", Professor Friedrich, Harvard 1.

"Latin-America in World Politics, 1818-24", Professor Haring, Harvard 3.

11 o'clock

"Early Christian Architecture", Mr. Opdycke, New Fogg Lecture room.

"Slavery Pro and Con", Professor Schlesinger, New Lecture Hall.

12 o'clock

"Persian Architecture, Sassanian Period", Professor Conant, Robinson Hall.

"Nature of State and Laws", Professor Hocking, Emerson D.

"The Voyagers", Professor Lowes, New Fogg Lecture Room.

"The Nebular Hypothesis", Professor Mather, Geology Lecture Room.

"Grillparzer", Professor Silz, Sever 6.

2 o'clock

"Tolstoy's 'Lucerne' and Romanticism", Professor Wiener, Sever 18.

"Christian Alexandria". Professor Porter, small Fogg lecture room.

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