Foot-ball meeting to-night.
More seats are needed for History 2.
Goepp, '83, is stopping in Cambridge for a few weeks.
The scratch races are in order for next Saturday.
Beaman, '85, will play on the nine in the Fitchburg game.
More tennis courts will be marked out on the first pleasant day.
The lectures in History XIII will be given hereafter in Mass. 3.
The Young Americas defeated Princeton on Saturday, by a score of 8 to 6.
Mr. Clymer read a lecture on "Criticism" before the junior class yesterday afternoon.
There is a balance of twelve cents in the treasury of the Amherst Base-ball Association.
The only Latin magazine in the country is edited by Prof. Shumway of Rutgers College.
Candidates for the Pierian are reminded of the trial to-night at Roberts Hall at 8 o'clock.