Vespers this afternoon at 5 o'clock.
The marks in English 2 are out.
Sixty-three men have signed for the junior dinner.
Deblois. '89, is very sick with scarlet fever, and is in one of the Boston hospitals.
The Yale crew go to a training table to-day.
There is very good skating on Fresh Pond.
The mid-year marks in Philosophy 2 will not be given out this year.
The Guitar Club has chosen old-gold and olive as its colors.
Williams tried in vain to secure Madden, Boston's pitcher, as a coach for its nine.
Herrick, '90, last year's stroke, has returned to college from his Western trip.
A trip of two professional base-ball clubs to England next fall is in contemplation.
There are fifty-four entries in the 50-yards dash in the winter games which take place to-morrow at Yale.
John Smyth, the former head of the boat house, has set up in business for himself as a practical rigger and instructor in rowing.
Denver, Col., is to have a college for women, modelled after Vassar.
Mr. M. A. DeWolfe Howe has been elected an honorary member of the O. K.
Field, '91, who is now in Florida, has been elected a member of the Guitar Club and will play the mandola.
The blue book for the junior dinner has been transferred from Leavitt's to Bartlett's.
Professor Palmer's Odyssey readings, which he began yesterday, will be continued on successive Wednesdays (omitting April 4).
There is great difficulty in obtaining a sufficient number of copies of "The Winter's Tale," which is now being read in English 2.
The tickets for the reserved seats at the winter meetings will be put on sale this morning at 9 at the Co-operative. Purchasers are obliged to present their H. A. A. tickets.
The spring theatricals of the Hasty Pudding Club will take place in Philadelphia, Saturday, April 7th, at Horticultural Hall; in New York, Monday and Tuesday, April 9 and 10, at the new Berkeley Lyceum, 10 W. 44th street.
Next Tuesday evening has been decided upon as the date for Mr. Ernest Rhy's lecture. His subject will be "The New Poetry." Mr. Rhys has recently addressed the Nineteenth Century Club in New York and the St. Botolph Club of Boston.
An Anglo-American students' club has been organized in Berlin and there are several Harvard graduates in its list of officers, namely: President, H. C. Bierworth, Mack, one of two vice-presidents, and Von Klenze, treasurer.
The Boston Rovers, the newly organized Association Foot-Ball Club, have already begun practice and a game has been arranged with the Providence Rovers for March 17, on the Union Grounds, Boston.