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Afternoon Series Of Lectures Will Begin on July 11


Fay-Cooper Cole, Professor of Anthropology, emeritus, of the University of Chicago will be the first speaker in the 1957 Afternoon Lecture Series, Thursday, July 11, at 3 P.M. in the Forum Room of Lamont Library.

Professor Cole will discuss aspects of the Dayton (Scopes) Trial, sometimes known as the "Tennessee Evolution Case," with which he was connected.

The remaining four lectures will also be given on Thursday afternoon in the Forum Room, also at 3 P.M. They will all be open to the public without charge according to the Summer School office.

On July 18, Nathaniel Phillips Carleton, instructor in General Education and Research Fellow in Physics, will address the topic "Fundamental Principles of the Theory of Relativity and Some Philosophical Interpretations Thereof."

The following Thursday, July 25, Edward Bernstein, Director of The Research and Statistic Department of the International Monetary Fund, will speak on "The United Kingdom in the World Economy."

Louis Hartz, professor of Government and member of the Faculty of Public Administration, will speak August 1 on "The Appeal of Marxism.

The final lecture of the series will be delivered by Dean J. Seznec, Marshal Foch Professor of French Literature at Oxford University, on the subject "A French Institute: The Ecole Normale Superieure."

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