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The last Brookline german of the season will take place this evening.

Three men have commenced training for the wrestling at the winter meeting.

Some peculiar effects of frost are seen on the large windows of Memorial Hall.

The junior theme will not be due until Tuesday, Feb. 21st, having been postponed.

Lost, on Sunday evening a pair of eye-glasses in front of Wadsworth House. Finder will please leave them at 7 Grays.

Very few men are now training for special events. After the examinations there will probably be a great boom in athletics.

The arrangements for practicing pole-leaping are now complete. Several poles, from thirteen to fifteen feet in length, have been made for use in practice.

At the opening of the Greek play at the Globe Monday evening a gentleman fainted and did not recover consciousness for a long time. The combination of Greek and English probably proved too much for his bewildered senses.

Mr. George H. Tyler and Mr. Fred Vokes will lease the Gaiety theatre the first of next September for a period of ten years. The theatre will be rebuilt and will be devoted to the production of light operas and other musical attractions.

The nice young men of London have hit upon a new craze. Labouchere, of Truth, says: "I observed a young man with unmistakable rogue upon his cheeks. I am told that the fashion of making up the complexion is by no means unknown among our gilded youth."

The Princetonian is greatly annoyed by the fact that it has one hundred and twenty-five subscribers, who have thus far failed to pay their subscriptions. It seems to us that the only way to run a paper successfully is to have its terms invariably in advance, else what is the use of having an announcement to that effect at the top of its columns every issue.

The Cornell Era says we clip the following from the HARVARD HERALD, and we must confess our ignorance as to where they got it, for it is not credited to any one. We confess our ignorance as to where the articles "A New Course," "The Pea-green Sunflower," etc., contained in the last Era were obtained; but we suppose they must have come from the pen of the editors, as they were not credited.

AN EXAM.Six months behind,

A three day grind -

Certificate signed

By the family doctor.

ANOTHER.A book reserved,

A system curved,

A crib disturbed,

By a lynx-eyed proctor.

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