For the sun sank into the sea, -
A friend, once true, had been false to me,
And my life was a deadly blight.
The night has turned into day,
For the sun rose up from the sea, -
The love that dawned in my heart for thee
Has driven my grief away.
L. L. E.THE colors of an A. M. are cherry.
O. K. Strawberry night, Monday, June 19.
STOUGHTON has received a new coat of paint.
PUDDING Strawberry night, Tuesday, June 20.
SPEAKING for Boylston Prizes, Thursday evening, June 22.
THE Sanders Theatre will be opened Commencement Day.
PAINE'S Centennial Hymn will be sung by the Glee Club on Class Day.
HARVARD-YALE Freshman base-ball match to-morrow, Saturday, on Jarvis, at 3 o'clock.
SAMPLES of the new color of the Boat-Club can be seen at Wyeth's, or at Green's in Boston.
PRESIDENT ELIOT will sail for Europe soon after Commencement, to be gone nine months.
THE subscriptions to the Class Fund amount to about $5,000, while the College Fund has only $3,000.
THE interest which the members of the Faculty have shown in athletics since the issue of "those tickets" is surprising.
ON Saturday, June 24, Trinity will make a final effort to appear. If they succeed, the game will be played on Jarvis at 3 P. M.
THE regular annual meeting of the Reading-Room Association will take place in Massachusetts Lower Hall on Tuesday, June 20, at 5 P. M. The object of the meeting is to elect officers for next year, and to transact other important business. A full attendance is desired.
THE Class Secretary will be at W. 41 to receive subscriptions to the Funds, and payment of the first instalment of 20 per cent of the Class Fund subscription, on Wednesday and Thursday of next week, from 8 to 10 A. M.
Sophomore Themes can be obtained at the same time.
ALL books must be returned to the College Library by the 21st of June. The desk of the Library, which was formerly in the small room, has been moved into the main room. Two large bookcases occupy the east end, and the relics have been packed away.
LAST week the Nine played three matches with Brown, Princeton, and the Fall Rivers, winning by scores of 10 to 1, 8 to 4, and 6 to 3. On Monday last the Lafayette Nine paid us a visit, but the game which was to have been played was prevented by rain. The game will probably come off at Easton, June 29.
To-day the Nine plays with the Bostons, and to-morrow with the Tauntons, at Taunton. On Tuesday the second game with Amherst takes place on Jarvis Field at 3 P. M.
NOTMAN, the photographer, has sent around to each Senior the following notice:-
Dear Sir, - As intimated in my postal of May 25, I will have your photographs at my studio, Frisbie Place, on Thursday, June 15; and will be ready for delivery at 9 A. M. of the same day. You are respectfully requested to call for them early, so that I will not be delayed. As far as possible I will carry out the rule, "First come, first served."
WM. NOTMAN.The italics are ours.
IN the contest for the College championship eleven games have been played, and nineteen still remain to be played. The games played resulted as follows:-
Harvard vs. Amherst, 14 - 2
" " Brown, 10 - 7
" " " 10 - 1
" " Princeton, 8 - 4
" " Yale 4 - 3
Yale " Brown, 13 - 5
" " Princeton, 12 - 9
" " " 13 - 3
" " Trinity, 9 - 4
Amherst " Princeton, 18 - 12
Brown " Trinity, 4 - 3
Harvard has still to play one more game with Amherst, one with Princeton, one with Yale, and two with Trinity.
A CLASSICAL teacher in a neighboring academy having written about another as "Exiter," it was suggested that that was an out-of-the-way spelling.
THE officers of the Phi. B. K. are; Secretary, G. S. Sykes; Chief Marshal, G. S. Sykes; Assistant Marshal, H. R. Bailey; Committee on Supper, A. L. Bond and H. Whiting.
THE subscription list for the University crew shows, up to the 14th June, the following results:-
Class '76 . . . $250.00 $111.00
" '77 . . . 579.00 315.00
" '78 . . . 636.00 269.00
" '79 . . . 823.50 507.00
From subscriptions $1,085.50 are still due. If this is not paid within the next week, there will be serious difficulty in paying the expenses of the crew. About one hundred dollars is due on rests, which must be paid, or the boats will be moved out of the boat-house.
TRUMAN HEMINWAY, Assistant Treasurer.THE following is a statement of the ratio in which the various branches have been elected by the two upper classes for next year:-
34 Seniors have elected English.
40 Seniors have elected Latin.
29 Seniors have elected Greek.
3 Seniors have elected Mathematics.
87 Seniors have elected Modern Languages.
76 Seniors have elected Philosophy.
33 Seniors have elected Political Economy.
82 Seniors have elected History.
3 Seniors have elected Music.
33 Seniors have elected Fine Arts 2.
84 Seniors have elected Natural History.
In Philosophy, 34 have taken Phil. 4; Hist. 6 has been chosen by 38, and Hist. 7 by 40. Nine men have taken the new course in Physiological Psychology. This course conflicts with Hist. 6, and many men have therefore been unable to take it. A change ought to be made, if only for fair play.
13 Juniors have elected English.
68 Juniors have elected Latin.
51 Juniors have elected Greek.
17 Juniors have elected Mathematics.
114 Juniors have elected Modern Languages.
46 Juniors have elected Philosophy.
59 Juniors have elected Political Economy.
72 Juniors have elected History.
5 Juniors have elected Music.
20 Juniors have elected Fine Arts 2.
39 Juniors have elected Natural History.
History 7 has been taken by 46 men.
PROF. J. L. DIMAN of Brown has been chosen Phi. B. K. orator. The poet has not yet been selected.
MEMBERS of the H. P. C. having in their possession books belonging to the Library are requested to return them immediately.
THE Freshman Nine will play their second game with the Yale Freshmen on Jarvis, Saturday, June 17, at 3 P. M. Tickets may be obtained at Matthews 35.
ON Thursday, a Nine from the Junior Class will play with a Nine from all other departments of the University, and an exciting game is expected. The players will be:-
Nash, p. Ernst, p.
Thacher, c. Tyng, c.
Tower, 1st b. Wright, 1st b.
Sawyer, 2d b. Blanchard, 2d b.
Leeds, 3d b. Meade, 3d b.
Latham, s. s. Thayer, s. s.
Dow, l. f. Ellis, l. f.
Bird, c. f. Richards, c. f.
Dwyer, r. f. Holmes, r. f.
THE Freshmen played an excellent game on Jarvis, yesterday, with a picked nine from Cambridge, including Tyng and Sawyer of the University. The Freshmen outplayed the picked Nine both in the field and at the bat. If they play as well to-morrow, the game with Yale will be very interesting. The score by innings stood:-
Freshmen 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 - 3
Picked Nine 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 1
THE Class Song of '76 has been set to the music of a German Volk's song by Mr. Livingood. We shall publish it in our Class-Day number.
THE following is a statement of the financial condition of the University Nine:-
By games and tickets . . . $1,227.23
By subscriptions for uniforms . . 205.50
To expense of games . . . $638.89
To uniforms, bats, etc. . . . 320.75
To seats on Jarvis Field . . . 110.00
To grading, etc. . . . . 40.50
To printing . . . . 9.50
To incidental expenses . . . 48.58
Balance on hand . . . . $263.51
Seats on field in 1874 . . . $100.00
Printing . . . . . 33.32
Police and rope . . . . 76.00
G. Wright, for balls, etc. . . . 16.85
Balance remaining . . . . $37.34
In addition to these bills, there are to be two more games on Jarvis Field, at an expense of twenty-five dollars each, at which no money can be taken.
WM. MASON, JR.Treasurer H. U. B. C.