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The Vagabond


Have you seen the Autumn foliage? The Vagabond just returned from a short jaunt to the New Hampshire country. It is thus with joy that he leaves his Tower this morning at 12 for the Fogg Museum and a lecture by the kindly Professor Lake. At 11 in the X-Ray room Mr. Burroughts will talk informally on 17th century painting in New England. On second thought it does seem that the Vagabond is a victim of what is popularly known as the system. Other lectures follow:

At 12 o'clock

Professor Zimmerman, "Social Consequences of New-dealism" Emer. F.

At 2 o'clock

Dr. Thimann, "Bacteria: Internal Structure," Biol. Lab. A115.

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