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Professor Cramer Will Talk on Roman Schools

Cramer Lecture at 8 o'clock; Aubert to Speak on Sculpture


Professor Frederick H. Cramer of Mount Holyoke College, will lecture on "Roman Schools of Caesar's Time" at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Lawrence Hall, at 8 p. m. This is the first of a series of lectures by Professor Cramer on the topic "Education and the State in the Roman Empire"

On Nov. 4 he will speak on "The Conquest of the Universities by the Emperors of Rome"; and on Nov. 18, on "Decline and Downfall of the Government controlled Roman School System."

Marcel Aubert, Curator of Sculpture at the Louvre, Paris, will give an illustrated lecture, in French, on "French Sculpture of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries" at the Fogg Museum of Art, at 4:30 p. m.

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