The Phonaskia Club of the Annex gave an exhibition of Greek drama at Fay House last evening. Scenes from different books were recited to the music of a flute and a harp.
The following candidates for the Yale freshman nine have been taken to the training table: H. L. de Forest, L. M. Bass, C. M. Mitchell, C. V. McCance, J. F. Pierce, Jr., F. Boardman, C. M. Reed, R. D. Reed, C. M. Fincke, H. K. Smith, H. D. McCandless, F. S. Chapman, A. N. Jerrems, J. C. Thaw.
Instruction in the Department of Economics in the Plymouth School of Applied Ethics, during the session beginning July 12, 1894, will be devoted to a discussion of the relation between economics and social progress. The idea which underlies it is, that all phases of social activity and living are necessarily bound together.