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No examinations today.

Meeting of the Glee Club this evening at 7 o'clock.

The Glee Club has been invited to give a concert at Providence a week from Friday.

Twenty persons, seven of whom were ladies, comprised Mr. Perry's audience yesterday.

Mr. Robinson has commenced training the candidates for pitcher of the freshman nine.

The athletic association of the University of Michigan will hold a "field day," March 18th.

A writer to the Yale Courant thinks that an illustrated paper similar to the Lampoon would be successful at Yale.

Scene in the law school. Professor: "Is this an action in assumpsit?" Student; "No, sir. It is an action in chancery."

Mr. Robinson has engaged Driscoll, the champion walker of America, to assist him in training the candidates for the mile walk this spring.

Mr. Graham, the champion one-mile runner of the world, has been engaged by Mr. Robinson to help him in training the men who are practising for the mile run.

Daniel Pratt, G. A. T., says he was the recipient of a dinner by the clerks of the National Exchange Bank on Saturday. Twenty persons attended, and the G. A. T. says no speeches were made.

FURNITURE. Parlor, chamber and dining room, library and office furniture. An immense stock in the warerooms of PAINE's manfactory, 48 Canal street, opposite Boston and Maine depot.

Prof. Billy Frazer has about thirty pupils in sparring at Harvard. Six are training for the contest in the coming winter meetings of the Athletic Association. Of these one is training for the light-weight, one for the middle-weight, and four for the heavy-weight.

With the exception of the large bell in the parish church of Montreal, Canada, which weighs 29,500 lbs, Notre Dame possesses the largest in America. It has been heard on a clear day as far as 27 miles to the west and 24 to the east; it has a rich tone, and as a work of its kind is unsurpassed. Its weight without yoke or hangings is 13,000 Ibs. - [Scolastic.

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