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Crimson Calendar

*Open to University. **Open to Public

All notices for the weekly CRIMSON Calendar must be placed in the notice box in the CRIMSON Office on Fridays before 5 o'clock, marked "For the CRIMSON Calendar."

Monday, November 9.

10.30 A. M.--Meeting of President and Fellows of Harvard College at 50 State street, Boston.

3.00.--Soccer with Cornell at Ithaca.

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5.00.--*Physical Colloquium. "A Photographic Study of Projectiles with Reference to the Resistance of the Air." Mr. W. A. Hyde. Jefferson Physical Laboratory 3.

7.00.--Address by Professor Kirsopp Lake to graduate students in Phillips Brooks House.

7.00.--Dr. Fitch's Talks to Freshmen in Phillips Brooks House.

8.00.--Lowell Lecture by Professor C. H. Moore '89 on "Greek Religious Philosophy after Aristotle."

8.00.--Modern Language Conference. "The Faults of German Prose, Historically Considered." Professor Walz, Conant Common Room.

Tuesday, November 10.

10.00.--**Lecture on "The Regulation of Wages in Australia. I." Professor M. B. Hammond, of Ohio State University. Harvard 6.

4.30.--**"Nietzsche." Professor Henri Lichtenberger in Sever 11.

4.30.--*Geological Conference. "A Historical Account of the Grenville Series." Mr. W. G. Foye.--"War and the Weather." Professor Ward. Mineralogical Lecture Room, University Museum.

7.00.--Dr. Frederick Palmer's Bible Study Class in Phillips Brooks House.

8.00.--Lecture on "Panama Canal Possibilities for the Eastern Trade." Mr. Irving T. Bush, President of the Bush Terminal Company, New York City, in Emerson A.

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