THE Juniors defeated the Freshman Nine in match-game on Tuesday last by the score of 23 to 2.
ALL wishing to purchase subscription tickets to ball games can do so Saturday morning, from 9 to 12, at 5 Weld.
ON Wednesday last the Yale University Nine was defeated by the Stars (amateurs), the score standing 10 to 9.
TO-MORROW, Saturday, at 10. 15, there will be a game of foot-ball between the University and a picked team.
THE class of '74, Phillips Academy, Andover, are to hold their annual reunion at the Parker House to-night.
THE exhibition of the Hasty Pudding, last Tuesday, was interesting. The oration and poem were both good.
THE Rev. Phillips Brooks will preach in Upper Holden Monday evening, May 8, at 7 o'clock. All are invited to be present.
THE annual spring races for the Beacon Cup will be rowed over the Charles River course on Saturday, May 27, at 3 P. M.
THE officers of the Hasty Pudding Club are, at present, N. Curtis, President; W. N. Swift, Vice-President; A. M. Sherwood, Secretary; G. B. Ogden, Treasurer; A. H. Amory, Librarian.
THE University Nine will play the Brown Nine on Jarvis to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Coupon tickets, admitting the holders to this game and to the other four games to be played on Jarvis before Class Day, may be obtained of members of the nine.
SINCE the review of the works of Charles Bradlaugh in the Nation of April 27, all the books by this author have been taken from the Library. This furnishes material for a fresh discussion of the influences of the "pessimistic" periodical upon undergraduates.
THE All-Canada vs. Harvard University foot-ball match will be played Monday, May 8, at 3 o'clock, on Jarvis Field.
The whole Harvard team has not yet been chosen. The following thirteen men will play: Faucon, Lombard, Seamans, Bacon, Hall, Curtis, Austin, Keys, Russell, Whiting, Rollins, Cushing, and Blanchard.
THE University Nine is made up as follows: Thatcher, '77, catcher; Ernst, '76, pitcher; Leeds, '77, s. s.; Wright, '79, 1st base; Sawyer, '77, 2d base; Thayer, '78, 3d base; Latham, '77, left field; Tyng, '76, centre field; Dow, '77, right field; Bird, '77, Tower, '77, substitutes.
THE Canada foot-ball team will leave home on Saturday, and be in Boston by Sunday afternoon. It is composed of the following men: A. J. Greenfield, W. H. Perram, W. H. Young, Helliwell, from Toronto; Harry Hope, P. Palmer, E. W. Hare, Murray, from Hamilton; Stewart Campbell, K. Eardley-Wilmot, E. H. Gough, Philip Cross, A. St. A. Smith, from Montreal; Donald M. Stewart, from Quebec; and J. Ker, from Brantford.
WE are requested to inform the gentleman who helped himself to the seventh volume of Milman's "Latin Christianity" at the boat-house on Saturday, April 29, that he will confer a favor on its owner by returning it to No. 11 Weld.
ONLY one more edition of the Dartmouth will be issued at Dartmouth College, when the affairs of the paper will be settled up, and the subscribers refunded the amount due them for the remaining quarter.
THE Cornell University crew consists of Ostrom, '76, captain and stroke; Lewis, '76, 2; Jarvis, '76, 3; either King, '77, or Smith, '78, 4; Pourto, '77, 5; Waterman, '77, bow. The crew has gone into quarters and is hard at work. Four of the men were on the winning crew of last year.
THERE will be scratch-races over the boat-house course on Saturday, May 13, at 10.30 A. M. In the four and six oared races, crews selected by the captains of the clubs from their own members will be allowed only to enter. If there are more than two entries in each class, the race will be rowed in heats. Prizes will be given to those members of the winning crews who have paid the usual subscription, 50 c. No one will be admitted to either boat-house without a ticket. Due notice will be given to members of whom and where tickets can be obtained.
THE subscription-list of the University crew shows, up to the 4th May, the following results:-
Class '76 $250.00 $55.00
" '77 579.00 265.00
" '78 636.00 141.00
" '79 823.50 276.50
TRUMAN HEMINWAY, Assistant Treasurer.
IF the scarcity of the earlier numbers of the Lampoon continues, we rejoice in being able to put the editors on the track of their disappearance. See Rape of the Lock, IV. 26:-
"Here stood Ill-nature like an ancient maid,
Her wrinkled form in black and white arrayed!
With store of prayers, for mornings, nights, and noons,
Her hand is filled; her bosom with Lampoons."
Calendar for Two Weeks.
May 6. Harvard vs. Brown (base-ball), on Jarvis Field, at 3 P. M.
Scratch foot-ball match at 10.15 A. M.
May 8. Harvard vs. All Canada (foot-ball), on Jarvis Field, at 3 P. M.
May 13. Scratch races over boat-house course at 10.30 A.M.
Harvard vs. Brown (base-ball), at Providence.
May 20. Athletic sports on Jarvis Field (probably).
Notice to Seniors.The metre of the Class Song is eight and six syllables, and not long metre, as stated last week in the Advocate.
Annual Examinations, June, 1876.
[Conflicts to be reported at once to the Registrar.]
Each examination begins at 9 A. M. unless a different hour is stated. Recitations and Lectures for Seniors, Juniors, and Sophomores end with those of May 27th; for Freshmen, only one recitation in each subject will be held in the week ending June 10th.
Monday, May 29th. Greek 5, U. E. R.
Philosophy 2, M. U. H.
Mathematics 4, U. 19.
Natural History 2, 8, Botanical Lab'y.
Tuesday, 30th, Classics 2, U. E. R.
Greek 1, U. E. R.
Spanish 2, U. E. R.
Philosophy 4, M. U. H.
Wednesday, 31st, Chemistry 2, 5, Boylston Hall.
SOPH. THEMES, Massachusetts.
Thursday, June 1, History 7, Massachusetts.
Chemistry 1, 4 U. E. R.
Music, 2, 4, M. L. H.
Friday, 2d, Greek 3, 4. U. 16.
History 3, 5. U. E. R.
Fine Arts 1, U. E. R.
Saturday, 3d, Sanskrit 2, U. E. R.
Greek 12, U. 23.
French 3, U. E. R.
Philosophy 3, U. E. R.
History 2, U. E. R.
Mathematics 2, 6, 7, U. 19
Natural History 5, Zool. Museum.
Monday, 5th, Latin 1, 2, U. E. R.
Latin 8, M. U. H.
Physics 6, M. U. H.
Chemistry 3, Boylston Hall.
Natural History 7, M. U. H.
Tuesday, 6th, Latin 11, U. E. R.
French 2. M. U. H.
Natural History 6, Zool. Museum.
Wednesday, 7th, SOPH. POL. ECONOMY, Memorial Hall
Philosophy 5, Memorial Hall
Thursday, 8th, Greek 6, 8, M. L. H.
Fine Arts 2, 3, M. U. H.
FRESHMAN LATIN Memorial Hall.
Friday, 9th, Hebrew, U. E. R.
Latin 3, U. 16.
Philosophy 6, U. E. R.
Mathematics 1, 9, U. E. R.
Natural History 1, U. E. R.
Music 1, 3, 5, U. 19.
Saturday, 10th, Greek 2, U. 16.
Latin 5, U. E. R.
English 2, U. E. R.
History 4, U. E. R.
Nat. Hist. 3, U. E. R.
(History & Composition,) Memorial Hall.
Monday, 12th, Greek 11, U. 16.
English 1, U. E. R.
History 1, U. E. R.
Physics 2, 5, U. E. R.
Tuesday, 13th, JUN. & SOPH. LOGIC, Memorial Hall.
FRESHMAN PHYSICS, Mass. & U. E. R.
Wednesday, 14th, Greek 10, U. 23.
French, 1, 4, M. U. H.
SOPH. FRENCH, M. L. H.
Mathematics 5, U. 19.
Thursday, 15th, Latin 9, U. 24.
JUNIOR RHETORIC, Massachusetts.
FRESHMAN MATHEMATICS, Memorial Hall.
Friday, 16th, Classics 1, M. U. H.
Greek 7, M. U. H.
German 4, M. U. H.
Physics 3, 4. U. E. R.
Saturday, 17th, Latin 7, M. U. H.
German 2, M. U. H.
Spanish 1, M. U. H.
Diplomatic History, H. 6.
Mathematics 8, 10, U. 19.
Quaternions, U. 19.
FRESHMAN GERMAN, Memorial Hall.
Monday, 19th, Italian 1, 2, M. U. H.
Mathematics 3, U. E. R.
Tuesday, 20th, SOPH. PHYSICS, Massachusetts.
(Composition & Lectures) Memorial Hall.
Wednesday, 21st, Latin 4, 6, U. E. R.
German 1, 3, Massachusetts.
Italian 3, U. E. R.
Spanish 3, U. E. R.
Thursday, 22d, JUN. & SOPH.
METAPHYSICS, Memorial Hall.
Philosophy 1, Memorial Hall.
(Authors), Mass. & U. E. R.