News Items of Interest
Interclass Rowing Begins Monday.
Class rowing will begin next Monday, and will continue every day except Saturday until the spring recess, and for about two weeks after that, when the races will take place. The captains of the various crews and the boathouses to which men should report will be announced in a few days.
Musical Clubs Concert in Watertown.
The University Musical Clubs will give a concert in Pequossette Hall, Water-town, this evening at 8.15 o'clock. Tickets at 35 cents each may be obtained from R. Bowser '13, Brentford 36. The program will be the same as that given on the western trip.
Freshman Musical Clubs Manager.
Winthrop Pierce Mandell '15, of Boston, has been appointed manager of the Freshman Musical Clubs.
Interclass Debates Contemplated.
An important meeting of all men interested in interclass debating will be held in the Trophy Room of the Union tomorrow evening at 7.30 o'clock. The executive committee of the Debating Council has decided to hold a triangular debate among the three upper classes and will outline the plans at this meeting.
St. Paul's Society Meets With Prominent Englishmen.
Rev. Neville S. Talbot and Rev. Father Kelly, of Oxford University, England, will conduct a special conference under the auspices of the St. Paul's Society, in the Noble Room of the Phillips Brooks House this evening at 7 o'clock. The subject will be "Student Conferences," with special reference to the Northfield conference and its function in America. Rev. Mr. Talbot, who is son of the present Bishop of Winchester, England, has acted as chaplain, fellow, and tutor at Baliol College, Oxford. Rev. Fr. Kelly is also a graduate of Oxford. He is a prominent figure in contemporary Church life in England, having founded the House of the Sacred Mission, at Kelham. All members of the University are invited to attend.
University Wrestling Championships.
The final bouts for the University wrestling championships will be held in the Hemenway Gymnasium Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. The preliminary bouts will be held on Monday afternoon at 4.30 o'clock. Entries may be made at the Wrestling Room of the Gymnasium up to that time. Competition will be held in the following 7 classes, three pounds over-weight being allowed in each class: 115, 125, 135, 145, 158 and 175 pounds, and heavy-weight.
Any member of the University may enter for the championships for which there is no entrance fee. The winners of the championships bouts in the respective classes will receive cups.
Business School Elections.
The graduating class of the Business School has elected Eliot Grinnell Mears, of Albany, N. Y., marshal, and Carl Stewart Whittier, of Brookline, secretary.
Challenge Cup for Gymnasts.
E. N. Cleaves 1M., a member of last year's gymnastic team, has offered a challenge cup to be held for one year by that member of the gymnastic team who shall make the best showing in a special annual competition in tumbling. The first of these competitions will be held in the Hemenway Gymnasium on April 4 at 5.30 o'clock. Points will be counted as in regular meets.