Mr. Hatch, '83, is seriously ill.
'84 vs. '86 on Jarvis this afternoon.
Yale defeated Rutgers Saturday 5 goals to 1 touch-down.
There will be a meeting of the Pierian Sodality this evening at 7.30.
Harvard versus McGill University on Holmes field today at 4 P. M.
The cricket eleven were defeated Saturday by the St. Paul's club, 147 to 39.
The final sets in the tennis singles between Messrs. Clark and Sears will probably not be played for a week yet.
Dr. O. W. Holmes will begin literary work anew this winter, and will contribute a series of articles to the Atlantic Monthly.
The fourth ten of the Institute of 1770 from '85 are as follow : Cushing, Storer, Paulding, White, Billings, Draper, Winslow, Codman, Follansbee, and Norton.
During the scratch races on Saturday one of the outriggers on No. II. (Whiteside, cox.) was broken, which fact partially accounts for the position of this boat at the finish.
Those who won prizes in the fall meeting of the H. A. A., or in the freshman meeting, and have not yet received them, can get them today (Monday) between 1.30 and 2.30 P. M. at 7 Holworthy.
Lectures before the Lowell Institute this winter will be given by the following-named Harvard men : Prof. F. W. Putnam, Messrs. W. M. Davis and J. W. Fox and Prof. G. L. Goodale.
Adams Academy will celebrate founders' day on Monday, Oct. 30, by athletic sports, under the auspices of the A. A. A. A. The sports will begin at 10.45 o'clock A. M., at the foot-ball field on Greenleaf street.
Besides the Harvard Co-operative Society there are two other college co-operative unions existing in America, one at the University of California and one at Toronto University, Canada, both successful and flourishing.
Mr. Francis W. Dean, tutor in engineering in the Scientific School, has resigned, and the vacancy thus made in the school is supplied by the appointment of Mr. Frederick Bradford Knapp, a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1879). Mr. Knapp has held here, since the resignation of Mr. Waite, about the middle of last year, the position of superintendent of buildings. He will conduct the courses in surveying and in mechanical drawing.
Mr. F. C. Lister, for the past year Dr. Sargent's assistant at the Harvard Gymnasium, has been appointed superintendent of the Union Gymnasium in Boston in place of P. F. Ferris, resigned. Dr. Sargent also will act as medical director of the gymnasium. The gymnasium has been enlarged and refitted with apparatus of Dr. Sargent's invention.