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There was no lecture in N. H. 3 yesterday.
An examination will soon be held in Chemistry 2.
Club table at 97 Mt. Auburn street. Mrs. Morgan.
Exeter is represented by 27 men in the freshman class.
Several umbrellas disappeared from Memorial yesterday.
The advanced sheets of the catalogue are now going the rounds.
Professor Dunbar is at present travelling with his family in Italy.
The freshmen find the classical lecture as good as a full night's rest.
As yet nothing has been done about securing reduced rates to Exeter Saturday.
Mr. C. W. Birtwell, who left '82 on account of illness, will enter the present senior class.
The lacrosse team will play a match with the Unions of Boston on Jarvis, Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The waiter at Memorial who was arrested last week for stealing tableware, was fined twenty-five dollars.
A club table of twelve can be accommodated at 42 Brattle street. Will give a large, pleasant dining room.
One more club of ten or twelve gentlemen can be accommodated with board. Apply at T. H. Brewer's, Brattle square.
Yale and Princeton will play their foot-ball matches with Harvard this year on Holmes field, instead of on some grounds outside of Cambridge.
A full set of electrotypes from the collection of Greek and Roman coins in the British Museum will soon be a valuable addition for the classical department.
The Freshman Eleven will leave for Exeter on the 12 o'clock train Saturday. It is to be hoped that a large delegation of the class will accompany them.
The perennial item about President Eliot now comes to us in this form: "President Eliot says the lowest sum which a student can spend a year at Harvard is $650. But if he wants to live with a fair degree of comfort he ought to have $1,300."
A large number were out last evening to hear the first of Prof. F. Bowen's lectures on the "Literary and Secular Aspect of Bible Study in a Liberal Education." The lecture was instructive and entertaining, and the lecturer was greeted with hearty applause at its close.
The Harvard eleven will play no games in Canada this year, and as yet no definite arrangements have been made with the northern clubs to play with them here. A game will, however, be played with the Amherst eleven at Amherst on Saturday, the 28th.
At the inter-collegiate foot-ball convention, held in New York, it was decided that, beginning with next year, no player should be allowed to continue on a team more than five years. This, while in the nature of a compromise, gives a trifling advantage over the present arrangement to colleges having no professional schools into which their good players may go on leaving college.
The Harvard eleven will play the School of Technology eleven on Holmes field today at four o'clock. The Harvard team will be made up as follows, which will be the regular team as far as can be told at present: Rushers, Morison, Appleton, Cabot, Hammond, Ayers, Kendall, Wesselhoeft, (substitute, Gilman); quarter-back, Mason; half-backs, Keith, '83, Bradford, (Crane, substitute); full-back, Edmands, (Codman, substitute).
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