BAKER LIBRARY* Stanley Kubricks's Lolita, may 17-19,8, $1. The Golddiggers of 1933, May 18-19, 10, $1.
BURR HALL, May 17: Max Ophuls' Lola Montes, 7:30. The Earrings of Madame de...., 9:30. May 18: Francois Truffaut's Une Histoire d'Eau and Stolen Kisses, 7:30, Bed and Board, 9:30. May 19: Claude Lelouch's A Man and a Woman, 7:30 and 9:30. $1 per film.
DUNSTER DINING HALL, Ingmar Bergman's Naked Night, May 18, 19, 8 and 10, $1.
GUND HALL: 7:00 Project Gasbuggy, 7:15 Newsparade of 1937, 7:25 Buster Keaton in Coney Island, 7:45 Gerald McBoing Boing, 7:55 Bambi Meets Godzilla, 8:00 Humphrey Bogart in Sahara, 9:37 This is War...? with the Marx Brothers, 9:47 Pas de Deux, 10:07 Gertie the Dinosaur, 10:07 Humphrey Bogart in Sahara. may 18, 19, $1.
LEHMAN HALL, An Evening of Classic Mickey Mouse Cartoons, May 17, 9, 75c An Evening of Classic Warner Brothers Cartoons, May 18, 9, 75c. An Evening of Classic Chaplin Short Films, May 19, 9, 75c.
HarvardBURR HALL: French Film Festival: May 11: Talk by Henri Langlois and presentation of a rare film from his Cinematheque
HarvardHARVARD-EPWORTH CHURCH I Contess with a Chaplin short. Tonight at 8 p.m., and Ozu's Equinox Flower, Sunday, April 20 at
M.I.T.-HarvardSaul Bellow, Newton Arvin, Elizabeth Hardwick, John Malcolm Brinner, and Denber Lindley will discuss "Uses of Literary Criticism" in an
RECORDSIn this season of successful football it seems that Harvard University, as a whole, knows not that the University Band
Notice.VARSITY GLEE CLUB.- Rehearsal this evening at 7 o'clock. J. A. CARPENTER, Sec.HARVARD MONTHLY.- Men wishing to offer articles for
No HeadlineWanted.-A tutor in Political Economy 1, division B. Also one in Philosophy 1. Address, "L. B.," Leavitt & Peirce's. Look