Brown plays Dartmouth today at Hanover.
The song-book committee will meet Wednesday.
Prof. Peabody occupied the chapel pulpit yesterday.
Quite a number of Brown men accompanied their nine.
Meeting of the college faculty this evening at 8 o'clock.
Prof. Paine's next recital will take place Friday evening.
The law faculty meet at the president's house tomorrow evening.
The time for handing in commencement parts has not been extended.
Men with a surplus of chapel cuts are being "'tended to" at the office."
The freshman nine defeated the Newtons Saturday by a score of 34 to 4.
The library was not as much frequented yesterday as it usually is Sundays.
In cricket Saturday Harvard defeated the Zingaris by a score of 112 to 81.
General Walker speaks on "American Manufactures" tomorrow evening at Sever 11.
The list of speakers for the Boylston prizes next Thursday will be posted Tuesday noon.
Professor Goodwin lectures Wednesday evening at Sanders Theatre on "Troy and Mycenae."
A. P. Hodgkins has been appointed orator for commencement day for the Law School by its faculty.
Several gentlemen are endeavoring to make preparations for the organization of a coaching club next year.
At the examinations for second-year and final honors in the classics, held Saturday, there were about fifty candidates present.
The lacrosse team will play the Princeton team, either at Princeton or Philadelphia, on May 27. If at Philadelphia, a game with the Baltimores will also be played.
About thirty juniors and fifteen seniors presented themselves at the trial Boylston prize speaking before Prof. Hill in Sanders Theatre Saturday. The speaking continued for four hours.
The next discussion in English 6 will be held May 18th. Subject: "Resolved, That service in the army of the Confederate States ought not to be made a disqualification for appointment in the army of the United States."
General Pratt's next lecture, repeating "Saving Properties of Life," will take place Monday at lunch at Memorial. As to his title of "General," he wishes to announce that he is a General of Generalites, i. e. a Master of Evolution.
The Glee Club sang Saturday evening at the new rooms of the Boston Art Club. After the concert a collation was served, and the occasion proved to be one of the most enjoyable in the memory of the present members of the Glee Club.
PARLOR BED. PAINE'S new parlor bed is very convenient. A number of very fine dressing case beds are now being placed in the ware-rooms at the manufactory, 114 Friend street, Boston.