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The Student Vagabond

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The institution of exchange professorships is one that ranks high in the Vagabond's private list of things worth preserving in the University. For who suspected as little as he on returning to college this fall that he would have an opportunity to listen in on a lecture at the College de France in Paris or at the Kunsthalle in Hamburg? Both establishments seemed as firmly fixed as any mountain and Mohammed was very much engaged in Cambridge. Yet the magic carpet of the exchange professorship brings both to him in the form of the series of public lectures, being given by Professor Hazard and Professor Paul during the present half-year. The former will speak in French at 5 o'clock in Emerson Hall on "Baudelaire," and the latter will deliver a lecture in German on "Romanticist Painting in Germany," at 4.30 o'clock in the New Fogg Museum.

Other lectures of interest for today and tomorrow are:

TODAY

9 O'clock

"Feudalism." Professor Merriman, New Lecture Hall.

"The Life and Times of Confucius," Professor Porter, Sever 25.

10 O'clock

"The Conquest of Mexico," Professor Baring, Harvard 3.

"Plato's Ethics," Professor Perry, Emerson D.

"Roman Literature from 150 to 100 B. C." Professor Moore, Sever 13.

11 O'clock

"Mme, de Stael and Chateaubriand," Professor Allard, Emerson A.

12 O'clock

"The Meaning of Choice," Professor Pigors, Emerson N.

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