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The Student Vagabond

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The Vagabond still is unable to find time or inclination to write about lectures other than those which academic requirements force him to attend. Those more fortunate or less conscientious may find interest in the following:

TODAY

9 o'clock

"Beginnings of the English Colonies in America", Professor P. P. Chase, Harvard 1.

11 o'clock

"Homer", Professor Jackson, Sever 3.

"American History since the Civil War", Professor Channing, Emerson A.

"The Articles of Confederation", Professor Boyd, Sever 5.

12 o'clock

"Maps and their Interpretations", Professor Mather, Geological Lecture Room.

"The French Revolution of 1830", Professor Langer, Harvard 6.

"Weak Points of Naturalism", Professor Hocking, Emerson D.

TOMORROW

11 o'clock

"France at the Close of the Middle Ages", Professor Merriman, Emerson J.

12 o'clock

"Henry II", Professor Whitney, Emerson J.

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