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TODAY

9 o'clock

"The Development of Wall-Painting in Italy", Professor Chase, Fogg lecture room.

10 o'clock

"Atomic Energies", Professor Plaskett, Astronomy laboratory.

11 o'clock

"Hardy", Dr. Maynadier, Sever 11.

"Flaubert", Professor Allard, Emerson A.

"Schiller's 'Rauber'", Professor Silz, Server 25.

12 o'clock

"Early Venetian Painting", Professor Post, Fogg lecture room.

"The Eastern Question 1856-77", Professor Langer, Harvard 6.

TOMORROW

9 o'clock

"Executive Organization and Procedure", Professor Holcombe, New Lecture Hall.

"Memory", Professor Boring, Emerson D.

10 o'clock

"Russia in the World War", Professor Karpovitch, Sever 25.

"Mark Twain", Professor Murdock, Harvard 2.

"Roosevelt and the Monroe Doctrine", Professor Baxter, Harvard 3.

"Radio-activity", Professor Black, Physical laboratory.

"Respiration", Professor Crozier, Zoology laboratory 46.

11 o'clock

"The Supreme Court as a Body of Censors", Professor Elliott, Harvard 2.

"The Oldest Mammals", Professor Raymond, Geology Museum 12.

12 o'clock

"British Foreign Policy in the Early XIX Century", Professor Haring, Emerson 3.

2 o'clock

"Haiv Trigger Governments in Southeastern Europe". Professor Charles A. Beard, Harvard 6.

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