German I. - Prof. Cook will answer questions today at 4 P. M.
For sale. - Upright piano, nearly new. Call at 21 Matthews.
The 'Varsity crew were photographed yesterday on the steps of Matthews.
Commencement exercises today at Pennsylvania and Cornell Universities.
The junior crew will please be at the boathouse today at 4.15 P. M., sharp.
Quite a number of men go to Brown tomorrow to attend the class day exercises.
The senior class photograph group is out. The likenesses are generally said to be bad.
Mr. Dorman B. Eaton will deliver the oration at the Yale Law School commencement, June 27.
Messrs. Hammond and Curtis of the 'Varsity crew went to New Haven Monday to look at the Yale crew.
The trustees of the Andover Seminary have appointed a committee to present a history of the seminary creed.
Claflin "University," S. C., and Clark "University," Georgia, are two growing higher schools in the South.
We knew that the American people were fickle in their affections. Mrs. Garfield has been elected a trustee of Hiram College.
N. H. 3. Students wishing their laboratory note-books can have them by applying at Holyoke 30 on Friday at 9 A. M., or 2 P. M.
A member of '85, who will remain in Cambridge during the summer vacation, desires a few private pupils. Address '85, care HERALD.
It is reported that complimentary season tickets to the ball games are given to the young ladies of Providence by the Brown management.
Two tickets for the ball game on class day between the university nines of '77 and '82 were given with each envelope of class day tickets yesterday.
The examination in Chemistry I. for those who have permission to make up the mid-year, has been changed to Friday, June 15th, at 10 A. M. Boylston 6.
Seniors who did not get their class day tickets yesterday, can obtain them from 10 to 1 today. After that time all remaining tickets will be sold at a fixed price.
Philosophy 7. The book used in the course on Hegel will be the "Philosophie des Rechte." As copies cannot be got in this country, each student will order his own during the summer.
Men who took Cook's printed notes in History 9 this year can complete their sets to 1860 by securing the notes on the second half-year of 1880 - 1. A few complete sets (1760 - 1860) also are for sale at less than half-price. See specimen copy and order book at Amee Brothers'.
SUMMER CHAIRS. See variety at PAINE'S, 48 Canal street. Invalid Rolling Chairs, Ladies' Fayal, Japanese Rattan Chairs and Sofas, Spring Rockers (improved), Piazza and Sea Chairs; also outdoor attractions, Lawn and Veranda Furniture. New illustrated catalogue mailed free.