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The track will be ready for use this afternoon.
Second trial of candidates for the Glee Club this evening.
There are twenty graduates of Harvard on the staff of the New York Sun.
The section in Natural History 4 are to be seated alphabetically hereafter.
All those who have keys to lockers in the training room should return them at once.
Brown University wants to play our eleven a game under English association rules.
Mr. Whiting will conduct Professor Trowbridge's classes during the latter's absence in Europe.
The foot-ball team will be measured for new uniforms at the gymnasium this evening at half-past seven.
It is said that a volume of poems and translations from the pen of C. H. Holman, '82, is soon to be published.
The lockers in the training room will all be put in order and let to members of the H. A. A. desiring to use them.
Prof. J. K. Paine's Spring Symphony is to be performed at an early concert of the Brooklyn Philharmonic Society, under the direction of Theodore Thomas.
Freshmen who intend to enter in the athletic meeting of the 25th must join the H. A. A. either Thursday or Monday next at 36 Thayer between 9 and 10 A. M.
In the fall meeting of the H. A. A. all the races, except the open 100 yards dash, will finish in front of the spectators' seats, i. e., at the east end of the field.
The business hours of the secretary of the cricket club are from 12 to 1, Holworthy 10, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Subscription, with shingle, $2.25.
The excursion in Natural History 4, which was to go to Quincy Saturday, was postponed on account of the weather. The excursion will take place next Saturday.
Prof. Louis Agassiz, it is said, being asked at one time by a bumptious litterateur how much of a fish diet would benefit his brain, advised him to begin with two small whales.
The first meeting of the term of the Harvard Total Abstinence League will be held in Sever 13, Wednesday evening, at 7.30. President and secretary are to be elected in place of Lothrop and Allen, who have left Cambridge.
Harvard College expects to be represented in the great matches at lacrosse which are to take place in New York the last of the month.
All those who won prizes in the spring meeting of the H. A. A., and who have not received them, can get them at 7 H'y today between 3 and 4. No prizes not claimed then will be given.
Representatives from seven New England colleges, one from Princeton and others from Williston, Exeter and Andover Academies were present at the recent convention of the Y. M. C. A. in Charlestown.
Dr. W. B. Carpenter of England is to give two courses of six lectures each before the Lowell Institute, beginning next Monday. The courses will treat of "The Physical Geography of the Deep Sea" and of "The Doctrine of Human Automatism."
The first of Dr. W. T. Harris' course of ten lectures on "The Philosophy of Education" was given Saturday morning Wesleyan Hall. His lecture dealt with education in its primitive forms, and included an interesting sketch of Chinese methods of teaching.
The Harvard Cricket Club has arranged two matches, one with the Longwood club, at Longwood, for Oct. 21st, and one with the Lawrence club, at Lawrence, for Oct, 25th. They may also play with the I. Zingaris of Boston, and the Arlington club of Lawrence.
Prof. John Trowbridge of the faculty of Harvard College sailed for Europe from Boston on Saturday, in the Cunard steamer Cephalonia. He goes as a delegate appointed by the State Department to the international electric commission, soon to assemble at Paris. This selection by Secretary Frelinghuysen is regarded by Prof. Trowbridge's associates as a high tribute to one of the most accomplished, though one of the youngest physicists of the country. The other delegate appointed by the State Department is Prof. Roland of Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.-[Advertiser.
The Longwood tennis tournament opens today at 2 P. M. Messrs. Sears and Dwight are entered for the double. The following are the games of the first round: Singles-Gray vs. Metcalf, Rives vs. Butler, Clark vs. Agassiz, Pickman vs. Warren. Beals vs: Mixer, Nightingale vs. Woodman, Goodwin vs. Mandell, Sears vs. Bacon, Codman vs. Smith, Gammell vs. Dabney. Pairs-Nightingale and Smith vs. Hubbard and partner Sears and White vs. Dabney and Amry, Agassiz and Mandell vs. Mixer and Metcalf, Congdon and Gammell vs. Gray and Rives; Clark and partner a bye.
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