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Last day for paying spring term-bills.
The Chicago Harvard Club has over 140 members.
There have been a large number of visitors to Memorial lately.
There is to be an umbrella stand put into the gymnasium soon.
Dr. Sargent probably will begin to give physical examinations next week.
There will be a joint meeting of the Pierian and Glee Club Wednesday evening.
Mason, '84, of the 'Varsity Foot-ball Team, has been laid up for several days past.
Mason, '84, has been disabled so as to be prevented from playing foot-ball for a few days.
The freshmen eleven will play the Phillips Exeter Academy Team on Saturday, October 21.
Some very good men from '86 have presented themselves as candidates for the Pierian Sodality.
A large delegation of young ladies from Bradford Seminary visited the college one day last week.
Found - One pair cuffs and buttons and "Otto's German Course." Inquire of F. H. Leavitt at Drury's.
Brine, dealer in furnishing goods, under Holyoke House, is closing up his store.
Robinson the trainer will leave shortly for Princeton, in order to undertake the training of Princeton's eleven.
Today is the last day for receiving applications for admission to candidacy for the degrees of A. M., Ph. D., and S. D.
The meeting of the Harvard University Base-Ball Club for the election of officers, which was called for last evening, was postponed until this evening, was postponed until this evening at 7.30 in Holden Chapel.
It is rumored that the advisability of Harvard's withdrawing from the Inter-Collegiate Base-Ball Association will be discussed at the meeting of the Base-Ball Club this evening.
An '86 man, guileless and innocent, stepped into the office of the Co-operative Society the other day, and calling the gentlemanly assistant aside asked in a whisper if he could purchase a literal translation of Livy, vulgarly known as a "trot." Being answered in the affirmative, he requested that it should be carefully wrapped up, and with many an anxious glance around, fearing his wicked purchase had been seen, he slunk away.
Harvard adds a veterinary department to its curriculum this year. - [Ex.] We thought it would come some time. The student's best friend is at last to receive official attention. - [Northwestern.
The "unsalted" members of '86 have much to learn, viz : that second-hand note books are not for sale at the head-quarters of the Co-operative Association, and that "cut postage stamps" can be bought at the post-office.
It is expected that the University Lacrosse Team will play in New York the 28th of this month in competition with the other college teams for the Oelrich cup, offered by the president of the National Amateur Lacrosse Association.
A member of the Yale 'Varsity Crew, writing in the Courant, states that "it is necessary to observe with a very critical eye to be certain the 'Varsity is not on the water" when watching the class crews now in training for Yale's fall regatta of the 11th.
Conversation overheard at Memorial : Waiter No. 1 - "Dis am a fine structyah, Sam?" Waiter No. 2 (critically) - "De exteryh is very fine, sah, but dere is one thing I have notussed about de interyur, - dey have only got foah of de windows painted!"
The editing of the "Correspondence of Carlyle and Emerson" has been entrusted to Prof. Norton, of this university. The interchange of letters began in 1834. Carlyle, before his death, gave his sanction to the appearance of his portion of the correspondence.
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