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10 o'clock

"Mark Twain (2)". Dr. Carpenter, Harvard 2.

"Russia's Economic and Cultural, Development, 1894-1914". Mr. Karpovich, Sever 25.

11 o'clock

"Herman Melville". Professor Murdock, Sever 11.

"Juvenal Satires in Latin". Professor Peterkin, Sever 18.

12 o'clock

"Public Utilities". Professor Reed, Harvard 6.

TOMORROW

9 o'clock

"Primitive Music". Professor Tozzer. Semitic Museum 1.

10 o'clock

"The Evolution of the Teeth". Professor Hooton. Semitic Museum 1.

11 o'clock

"Roosevelt and the Monroe Doctrine". Professor Baxter. Harvard 1.

"The Dredd Scott Case". Professor B. F. Wright. Boylston 22.

12 o'clock

"Venetian Sculpture": Professor Post, New Fogg South Lecture Booth.

"Sound, Waves", Professor Black, Jefferson Phys. Lab. 1.

"Hibbel", Professor Howard, Sever 6.

"The Russo-Turkish War and the Congress of Berlin", Professor Langer, Harvard 6.

2 o'clock

"Peru", Professor Haring, Harvard 3.

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