The marks in N. H. 4 were given out yesterday.
No more physical seminars will be held this term.
There will be a recitation in Chemistry 1 this afternoon.
A meeting of the Hasty Pudding Club is to be held this evening.
The elective pamphlet is not yet ready for general distribution.
The senior thesis will be returned today from 1 to 2 p.m. in Sever 1.
The Harvard Cricket Club plays Haverford on May 29th, at Haverford.
Cornell holds the college record for throwing base-ball - 379 feet 6 1-2 inches.
The dates for the "Amateur Championship" games were arranged last evening at the meeting held in the rooms of Mr. Potter. The first game will be played on May 14, between the Bessies and the CRIMSON. A detailed schedule, together with the rules for the contest, will be published in tomorrow's edition.
Base-ball yesterday. On Jarvis Field, - Knights of Labor, 13; Bessies, 6.
Table 56, Memorial, defeated the "Brewers" by a score of 8 to 7 yesterday afternoon.
The freshmen voted on Tuesday night to have a class photograph taken on the steps of Memorial.
The "Annies" of table 27. H. R. Merrill, captain, will play the "Peachblows" to-day at 11 o'clock on Jarvis.
The manager of the Yale freshman nine has sent word that they will not play our freshman nine on Wednesday.
The class races at Yale take place on May 15 at Lake Saltonstall. The class of '86 will not be represented. The contest is between the three lower classes and the 'varsity, the latter giving a handicap.
The freshman nine defeated the Rovers of Brookline yesterday afternoon on Jarvis Field, by a score of 6 to 4. The game was called at the end of the fifth inning, as the lacrosse team had a right to the grounds. '89 fielded well, but was weak at the bat.
The Pierian and Glee Club will perform the Largo of Handel together, at the spring concert. Professor Greenough has written Latin words for the chorus. The Largo has never before been presented in this way, and will probably be a very great success.