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Crimson out today.

Herrick has begun to train for the mile walk.

Lost - Oval blood-stone ring. Return to 10 Frisbie place.

The boy in charge of the library coat-room is now liberally patronized.

The initiatory ordeal for many was over with yesterday. How many won?

President Eliot, with Professors Goodwin, Thayer and James, started last evening for Chicago.

Ten dollars reward is offered for the return to 36 Holyoke of a solitaire diamond ring, lost near Thayer.

Even Daniel Pratt seems to have forsaken us in our misery of the mid-years. This is one less pang to our griefs.

German 6 has introduced a new feature in examinations. Members of the course must have been well drilled.

Mr. Pach has distributed his circulars containing lists of photographic portraits and views, from which to make up orders.

It is reported that some sixty Harvard students have bought front seats for Oscar Wilde's lecture in Music Hall, next Tuesday.

It was a heavy blow for Jim the trainer that Yale refused to compete with us in a track meeting. He expected to get even on the foot-ball score.

In spite of the fact of the prevalence of the mid-years, yesterday some sections of sophomores were convoked to receive back their themes.

Carpenters were at work yesterday in the library basement, putting in new shelving. Newspapers and other loose miscellancous matter will be stored here.

The divine Oscar's name, as entered in the Oxford calendar, is "Oscar Fingall O'Flahertie Willis Wild." Almost as good a disguise as Patrique O'Reillee.

The olive-brown, bronze, protean-hued, aesthetic plush costume of the lady violin soloist at the symphony concert Wednesday evening, was exquisitely precious.

The attendance at the last symphony concert was larger than ever before, in spite of the midyears. We are glad that men are beginning to appreciate the musical treat furnished us at so cheap a rate, and we hope no one will miss the two concluding concerts of Feb. 8 and March 1.

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