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The Vagabond believes the following lectures to be the most interesting for today and tomorrow:
"Gentile de Fabriano," Professor Edgell, Fogg Museum.
"English and American Political Parties: A Comparison and Contrast," Professor Munro, New Lecture Hall.
"The Reforms of Peter the Great," Professor Karpovitch, Sever 21.
"Writers of the American Revolutionary Period," Professor Murdock, Harvard 1.
"The Panama Congress," Professor J. P. Baxter, Harvard 3.
"Self-Realizationism in Ethics," Professor R. B. Perry, Emerson A.
"French Gothic," Professor Edgell, Robinson Hall.
"Nominations for Municipal Office," Professor Munro, Harvard 6.
"Proto-Semitic Inscriptions at Serabitel Khaden on Mount Sinai," Professor Raymond Francois Butin, Fogg Museum.
"Japan, from 1858 to 1894," Professor Hornbeck, Harvard 5.
"The Development of the Doric Order," Professor Chase, Fogg Museum.
"Bergson and his Philosophy," Professor Hocking, Emerson D.
"Dekker," Professor Hillebrand, Harvard 3.
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