EVENTS OF THE PAST YEAR

SEPTEMBER 21--1000 Freshmen enter Harvard as the Class of 1938.

OCTOBER 8-- Shaun Kelly, Jr. '36, Student Council member, takes charge of Class of 1938.

OCTOBER 4 --Corporation declines the Hanfstaengl scholarship.

OCTOBER 9 --Charles C. Burlingham '79, succeeds Adams as Alumni head.

OCTOBER 10 --Chester K. Litman '35, wins the Francis H. Burr Scholarship.

OCTOBER 11 --Bell-ringing at Lowell House starts up again.

OCTOBER 17 --Beer deficit threatens the University.

OCTOBER 18 --Hemenway Gymnasium re-opened for Graduate students.

OCTOBER 25 --Bacon is elected and Roosevelt policies are downed in CRIMSON poll. Hitler convicted on most counts in mock trial. George R. Minot '08, receives Nobel Prize.

OCTOBER 30 --Engineering School turned over to Graduate study.

NOVEMBER 1 --Construction on Parking lot is started.

NOVEMBER 3 --Harvard football team defeated 19-0 as relations with Princeton are resumed.

NOVEMBER 7 --Curley, Walsh win in Massachusetts as nation voices approval of New Deal.

NOVEMBER 8 --Holy Cross to be omitted from football schedule.

NOVEMBER 15 --Commuters move for a new social centre.