FACT AND RUMOR.

The directors of Memorial meet at 1.30 today.

Table 11 defeated a picked nine 25 to 14 yesterday.

Lunch at Memorial will be from 12 to 1.30 Thursday.

There were quite a number of visitors in the yard yesterday.

There will be a meeting of the song book committee today.

The Bicycle Club will meet today at 4 o'clock in front of University.

A full-hour regular recitation will be held May 23d in Latin 3.

There will be an hour examination in French 1 this afternoon at 3 o'clock.

Moses King will publish this month a life of Longfellow by W. S. Kennedy.

Prof. F. W. Putnam has been elected a vice-president of the Essex Institute.

Prof. J. W. White has decided to have two disci made; one of four and one of six pounds.

Oliver Wendell Holmes has been professor in the Harvard Medical School for thirty-five years.

The Zuni Indians are described at length in a brilliantly illustrated article in the June number of Harper's Monthly.

Mr. Geo. Lyon, '81, has been in Cambridge for the past few days. He is at present connected with the Madison Square Theatre of New York.

Mr. Wendell ran yesterday on the track, although he did not exert himself. He wore a bandage, as he will be obliged to do hereafter in any race he may run this spring.

The Athletic Association will give a prize for throwing the discus at the meeting on Saturday. Entries for this event must be made either to Mr. Wendell or Mr. Woodward by Thursday night.

Hereafter no reserved seats will be sold at the base-ball games on Jarvis field, except for the Yale game. Seats at each game will be reserved free for ladies. A section of seats will also be reserved for season ticket holders until game is called.

Last evening the seniors finished reading their commencement parts in Sanders Theatre to a committee consisting of Professors Hill, Lovering, Gurney, Thayer, Torrey, and C. C. Everett, D. D. The committee went into session at 9.10 but adjourned at 10.45 without having reached any decision. They will have another session today.

The Glee Club and Pierian Sodality give a concert in Sanders Theatre next Wednesday evening, May 24. The Sodality will give three orchestral selections. The Glee Club will produce Mr. Burton's new song, also serenade by Storch, introducing solo by Mr. McCagg, '84, "The Night," by Abt; "Hunter's Joy," Astholtz (by general request) ; "Bill of Fare," by Zollner; "March in Spring-Time," Becker, and a new piece, "Sir Cuckoo," with solo by Pendleton, '82. Tickets may be had at Sever's, or of members of either organization.

FURNITURE. Parlor, chamber, dining-room, library and office furniture. An immense stock in the warerooms of PAINE'S manufactory, 48 Canal street, opposite Boston and Maine depot.