Theses are due in History 9 on Wednesday, the 11th.
There are 4876 students at the University of Berlin.
There are twenty candidates for the nine at Princeton.
There are now 1446 members in the Cooperative Society.
There are 40 candidates for the Dartmouth Athletic Team.
H. B. Ward Ph. D. '92 is teaching at the University of Michigan.
The are thirty college preparatory Schools in Connecticut.
A series of inter-class debates is being held at Boston University.
The Brown nine will probably take a southern trip this spring.
Spencer's "First Principles" will be the next book up in Philosophy 3.
The last catalogue of Brown University shows an attendance of 549.
Rhetoric has been added to the studies required of freshmen at Amherst.
There are 39 students in the Women's College of Brown University.
The candidates for the Brown nine will begin training in the cage about Feb. 1.
The crew of the University of Pennsylvania will begin training next Saturday.
The Harvard Medical School Association has a present membership of 1,095.
The annual winter concert of the Brown musical clubs will be held on January 19.
The new catalogue of Smith College shows a total attendance of 786 students.
General Karge, professor of modern languages at Princeton, died December 27.
R. I. Carter '92 is musical editor and dramatic critic on the Cincinnati Times-Star.
The question of putting a crew on the water this year is being discussed at Brown.
Professor Emerton will act in the play of the Cambridge Social and Dramatic Club tonight.
Thursday night the Cooperative Tailoring Store was entered and several things were stolen.
The place in which the Botany 2 examination will be held will be announced at the next lecture.
A joint concert is to be given by the Cornell and Columbia Glee Clubs in New York this winter.