The Harvard Aeronautical Society was formally organized at an enthusiastic meeting held in the Union yesterday evening. About three hundred men were were present, of whom two hundred and fifty became charter members. Opportunity will be given to all men who were unable to secure membership cards to become charter members at another meeting which will be held in the near future.
R. L. Groves '10 presided and introduced J. V. Martin uC., who spoke of the aims and explained the plans of the society.
The following officers were elected: President, Professor A. L. Rotch '91: vice-president, H. Nawn '10; secretary. E. C. Brown '12; treasurer, A. Sweetser '11. The executive committee will be composed of R. L. Groves '10, T. H. McKittrick, Jr., '11, J. V. Martin uC., W. R. Strong '10, and H. deWindt '12. The advisory board is as follows: Professor L. S. Marks, Assistant Professor W. H. Pickering, and Assistant Professor F. L. Kennedy '92.
Novice Gymnastic Tournament at 8The fourth annual novice gymnastic tournament will be held in the Hemenway Gymnasium this evening at 8 o'clock. A cup
TRIBUTE TO MRS. AGASSIZA memorial service to Mrs. Elizabeth Cary Agassiz, the first president of Radcliffe College, was held yesterday afternoon in Agassiz
Handicap Hammer-Throw TodayThere will be a handicap hammer-throw contest on Soldiers Field this afternoon at 4 o'clock, and the winner will be
Subject for Triangular DebateThe subject for the triangular debate between Harvard, Yale and Princeton has been announced as follows: "Resolved, that all corporations
Triangular Debate Trials MondayThe first trials for the triangular debate with Yale and Princeton, to take place March 26, on the question "Resolved.