FACT AND RUMOR.

German readings by Mr. Lutz at 7.30 tonight in Sever 11.

Guernsey of the Yale crew was in Cambridge Saturday.

There will be a meeting of the directors of Memorial tonight at 6.15.

The tabular view for freshmen for the remainder of the year has been posted.

Joseph Cook recommences his Boston Monday lectures in Tremont Temple today.

At the concert of the Arlington Club tomorrow evening in Boston, a chorus from the "OEdipus" of Prof. Paine will be given.

Pierian Sodality rehearsal for Andover concert Monday and Wednesday at 7.15 P. M. All should attend promptly.

M. L. BRADFORD, Sec.The University Crew appeared in their new uniform Saturday. The long black and red caps give the crew quite a novel appearance.

A stated meeting of the Board of Overseers of Harvard College will be held at No. 70 Water street, Boston, on Wednesday, January 10, at 11 o'clock A. M.

Several Harvard graduates, with other gentlemen, contemplate renting, if practicable, the large hall in the Mechanics' Fair Building for in-door cricket during the winter.

Mr. William U. Davis, instructor in geology, is to deliver three lectures on "Storms," at the Lowell Institute, Monday and Thursday evenings, beginning tonight. The lecture hour is 7.45 P. M.

The officers of the Athletic Association have under contemplation the substitution of the running high jump for the standing high jump in the contest for general excellence at the winter meeting.

There are now in the reading room thirty-five papers and periodicals in addition to the publications of all the leading colleges in the country. In addition to the papers mentioned in the secretary's announcement of Thursday, there have been added during the past week the Philadelphia Press, Worcester Evening Gazette, Roxbury Advocate, New York Weekly Witness, The Apollo, Womans' Journal, New York Truth, New Haven Union, Bicycling World, Index and Unity. The London papers are not yet on file, but will be ready next week.

Stuart Cumberland, the thought reader and exposer of spiritualism, now performing in Boston, advertises his exhibition as "under the moral support of the various professors of Harvard University!"