S. P. DUFFIELD, Sec.CROSS-COUNTRY RUN. - The start will be made from the Gymnasium at 4 p. m. The course, which has been slightly altered, is posted in the Gymnasium.
ENG C. - 1 shall be at the Library on Tuesday of this week instead of Monday, from 3.30 to 5 for consultation in Eng. C.
HORACE A. DAVIS.HARVARD RELIGIOUS UNION. - Mr. John Fiske will speak tonight at 6.45 in Sever 10. All members of the University are invited.
W. T. BREWSTER, Sec.MANDOLIN CLUB, - Rehearsal this afternoon at 5 o'clock.
B. WELLS.HARVARD GLEE CLUB. - Rehearsals at 4.30 and 6.45. Everyone must be present.
FRESHMAX MANDOLIN CLUB. - It is proposed' to organize a Freshman Mandolin Club. All mandolin or guitar players in '95 will meet in 1 Weld, Monday, the 14th, at 8 o'clock.
59-5tThe 'varsity crew candidates have moved over to the Carey Building.
Tests were made last Saturday of the acoustic qualities of Upper Mass., with a view to a better arrangement of seats.
The trouble over the amount received by Yale from the Manhattan A. C. for the Thanksgiving game has been settled. Each college is to receive $14,000.
The records in the high kick and rope-climbing were broken in the M. I. T. meeting on Saturday. The new record in the first event is 9 ft. 3 1-2 inches.
The subjects of Pres. Eliot's fifth lecture in the Lowell Institute course this evening are "The Development of Professional Education" and "Women's Colleges."
Mr. Arthur H. Wilde of the Graduate School is to leave the University at Christmas time to become an instructor in the Northwestern University at Evanston, Illinois.
From now to December 22 Dr. Herford conducts morning prayers for the last time before leaving for England. He especially hopes that all who would like to call on him will do so during the week.