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There was a cut in Greek 7 yesterday.
The Index will appear in a few days.
Professor Sophocles is dangerously ill.
The first Roberts' Hall assembly comes off tonight.
Seats in History 2 and in History 13 will be assigned at the next lecture.
Professor Norton will lecture again today.
The section in Greek 7 has begun the Oration of Demosthenes on the Crown.
The next theme in English 5 will be due Friday.
Mr. Matthew Arnold is staying in Cambridge.
The Hon. James Bryce is staying with Professor Gurney.
Professor Lovering will lecture today at 11 A. M, in Harvard 3, on electricity and magnetism.
The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston is to have two new wings measuring 65 by 62 feet.
The 'Varsity nine will not go into the "cage" until after the Christmas holidays.
Harvard's share of the receipts at the Thanksgiving day game amounted to over $1400.
The 2d seven of the Signet from '85 are Currier, Hidden, Jennings, King, Litchfield, Peterson and Stone.
There will be an optional hour examination in Greek 3 Dec. 17, which if desired may count for one third of the mid-year examination.
The Matrons of the Curtis Hall Germans are Mrs. R. M. Morse, Jr. and Mrs. A. D. Wild, Jr., The managers are Mr. W. H. Dabney, Jr., and Mr. Joseph Balch.
The shooting club have adopted a design for a seal.
Mr. Parker will read the "Love of Dido," from the fourth book of Virgil's AEneid, this evening in Sever 11, at 7.30.
Members of the Cooperative society rooming in Thayer can send their second-hand books to be put on sale by having them ready when the office boy calls, between 9 and 11 to-day.
The following men are rowing on the first eight of the junior crew. Hansen, Homans, Sutton, J. E. Thayer, Marsh, Bowen. Mills, B, B. Thayer, Read, Bradford.
Minister James Russel Lowell has formally accepted the rectorship of St. Andrews University. His rectorial address, which must be on some literary or political topic, will be looked forward to with great interest.
Professor Norton was not at the Polo Grounds on Thanksgiving "watching over his favorites" as some of the daily papers have stated.
The sporting papers have unanimously condemned the recent action of the Athletic Committee as "most untimely."
Dr. Arnold Guyot, Senior Professor of Geology and Physical Geography at Princeton, and distinguished for his scientific researches, is very ill. He is an old man and it is feared that he may not recover.
Columbia College is to have its library lit by the Edison electric light. About seven thousand dollars have been appropriated for the purpose.
The corrected list of the 2d eight of the Pi Eta is as follows ; Boyden Brewer, Jackson, Haines, Reed, Presbrey, Holden and Gorham.
According to the order of mid-year's which have recently been posted, some of the examinations will take place Feb. 10, which falls on Sunday. We hope this will be changed.
Mr. Wendell desires that the next Junior theme should be a summary of the plot or substance of some play novel, or speech. The student may select his own subject with the approval of the instructor. The following were suggested by Mr. Wendell at the lecture yesterday : Romeo and Juliet, King Lear, Ivanhoe, Matthew Arnold's Essay on the Functions of Criticism, Tom Jones, Burke's speech on Conciliation with America, and Webster's speech on the White murder trial.
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