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TODAY

9 o'clock

"The English Commonwealth", Professor Whitney, Harvard 6.

10 o'clock

"Russia's Pre-War Diplomacy", Mr. Karpovich, Sever 25.

"Brahms", Professor Spalding, Music Building.

"Nineteenth Century Historians", Dr. Starr, Sever 18.

"The Logic of Moral Obligation", Professor Perry Emerson A.

"Early Writers of the West--Bret Harte", Professor Murdock, Harvard 2.

11 o'clock

"Thomas Fuller", Professor Murdock, Sever 18.

MONDAY

10 o'clock

"The Properties of Atoms", Professor Plaskett, Astronomy Laboratory.

"Pliny the Elder and Quintillian", Professor Rand, Sever 13.

"The Scepticism of David Hume", Professor Eaton, Emerson D.

11 o'clock

"La Morale et l'Art apropos de Balzac", Professor Allard, Emerson A.

"The Growth of American Nationalism", Professor Schlesinger, New Lecture Hall.

12 o'clock

"Russia from 1906 to 1914", Professor Langer, Harvard 6.

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