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The Student Vagabond


Once again the Vagabond finds a rich field for his intellectual wanderings in the special lectures scheduled for this week. Tomorrow evening at eight in New Fogg Professor Garrod will deliver the fifth of the Charles Eliot Norton Lectures of the season, "Robert Bridges, 'the Testament of Beauty.'"

On Wednesday in Emerson D at half past four Professor Moore will lecture on "Horace". The Boston Symphony Orchestra will play on Thursday at eight in Sanders Theatre.


9 o'clock

"The Reconquest of Spain from the Moors," Professor Merriman, Emerson J.

10 o'clock

"Transcendentalism as a Reform Movement", Dr. Carpenter, Harvard 2.

"Nicholas I and Europe", Mr. Karpovich, Sever 25.

"Rousseau", Professor Morize, Harvard 6.

11 o'clock

"Lucian", Professor Peterkin, Sever 18.

12 o'clock

"English Civil Wars of Seventeenth Century", Professor Whitney, Emerson J.

"Alberti", Professor Edgell, Robinson Hall.


9 o'clock

"Roman Emperor Worship", Mr. Hammond, Sever 18.

"Peoples and Cultures of Africa", Professor Tozzer, Semitic Museum 1.

10 o'clock

"Racine's 'Bernice'", Professor Wright, Sever 35.

"The Vertebral Column", Professor Hooton, Semitic 1.

"Science and Philosophy in Seventeenth Century", Professor Whitehead, Emerson D.

"English Maritime Enterprise to 1580", Professor Morison, Harvard 2.

11 o'clock

"Republic of Brazil", Professor Haring, Harvard 3.

"John Marshall and the Protection of Vested Interests", Professor Wright, Boylston 22.

"French Organic Romanesque: the Beginnings of Gothic", Professor Edgell, New Fogg Large Lecture Hall.

"Contending Political Forces, 1850-1860", Professor Schlesinger, New Lecture Hall.

12 o'clock

"Donatello", Professor Post, New Fogg Small Lecture Room.

"Applications of Ohm's Law", Professor Black, Jefferson Physics Lab. 1.

"The Idea of God", Professor Hocking, Emerson J.

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