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Amherst plays Brown today.

Many class day visitors are already in Cambridge.

'86, it is said, will number over two hundred and sixty men.

The new Marquand Chapel was opened yesterday at Princeton.

The ropes for class day lanterns were arranged in the yard yesterday.

Princeton is said to be in fine condition for her match with Yale on the 24th inst.

The Charles River Railroad Co. are adding two new horse-cars daily to their line.

Princeton defeated the Manhattan College nine last Saturday by a score of 12 to 6.

Amherst defeated the Worcester "Techs," by a score of 16 to 2, at Springfield, Saturday.

The junior crew was not photographed yesterday on account of the inclement weather.

Men are reminded that all books must be returned to the library before leaving Cambridge.

The match between Amherst and Yale, which was to have been played yesterday, was postponed.

All subscriptions for the freshman crew should be paid up before the nine leaves for New York tomorrow.

The Bowdoin Orient says that what that college needs more than anything else is a good five-cent cigar!

A member of '85, who will remain in Cambridge during the summer vacation, desires a few private pupils. Address '85, care HERALD.

Mr. Sargent, instructor in elocution, leaves Cambridge July 1. He will commence his duties at the Madison Square Theatre in New York on September 1st.

The Harvard freshmen showed by their race Saturday that they may reasonably expect to make a good race with the Columbia freshmen on June 29 - [New York Herald.

Prof. J. K. Paine has conducted the choir services in Appleton Chapel since 1862. Mr. Warren A. Locke will take charge of the Sunday services in the chapel next year.

The Harvard University eight rendered a good account of themselves last Saturday, preparatory to their trip to New London to meet the crews of Columbia and Yale. - [N. Y. Herald.

And now the dreadful story is going the rounds of the press that there is a tacit covenant among the ladies of the Harvard annex not to marry during their residence in Cambridge. Our only solace is that the covenant is merely a tacit one.

In spite of the threatening weather over a hundred men assembled at the boat-house yesterday to see the 'Varsity off as they started on their last practice row before going to New London. As the crew passed the boat-house each time they were greeted with loud cheers from the crowd collected on the float.

The senior class dinner will take place at Parker's on Monday, the 26th, at seven o'clock P. M. The dinner will be paid for out of the class fund, and it is hoped that all past and present members of '82 will be able to attend. A book has been placed at Bartlett's, in which all who intend to be present at the dinner are requested to sign; those who wish to sit together may do so by bracketing their names.

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