The first hare and hounds run will be tomorrow.
Marks in History 11 were announced yesterday.
The Harvard Union will meet tomorrow evening at Sever 11.
The intercollegiate tennis cup is on exhibition in Leavitt and Peirce's window.
A memorial window from the class of 1859 is being placed in Memorial hall.
The hour examination in Greek 1 today will be mainly on the required outside reading.
There will be no game between Lafayette and Harvard at Springfield Saturday. Lafayette has declined to play.
Appointments will be made next time for conferences with Mr. Pillsbury on the October reading of History 1.
The entries for the Cycling Association race meet are disappointingly few-17 entries to 14 prizes.
Lee, Lake and Fearing have made the most touch downs for Harvard. Lee has made 15, Lake 12, and Fearing 10.
Professor James B. Greenough has his sabbatical this year and will spend the winter with his family in the South.
Jones, Princeton '91, who played in parts of the Yale and Harvard games last year will return to Princeton in a short time.
S. Mowry, who played right end for the Orange Athletic Club eleven Tuesday was a member of Andover's famous '89 team.
Charles Carroll Everett, D. D., Bussey Professor of Theology, has recently issued "The Science of Thought" through the publishing house of DeWolf, Fiske and Co.
The Yale team defeated the Crescents 52-0 on Tuesday at Brooklyn. Other foot ball games resulted as follows: Cornell 26, Trinity 0; B. A. A. 34, N. Y. A. A. 0; Princeton 85, Columbia 0.
An effort is being made to elect Billy the Postman the winner of one of the large prizes offered by the Boston Globe. Boxes are to be placed at Memorial and Leavitt and Pierce's, where Harvard men can deposit the ballots to be found in every issue of the Globe.