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Michigan University has a course in forestry.

The marks were given out in Greek 11 yesterday.

President Porter attended chapel yesterday morning.

Rehearsal of the Pierian tonight. Full attendance requested.

The Phi Beta Kappa dinner takes place this evening at Young's.

The course in Italian 2 is now conducted in Italian, as is Italian 1.

Dr. Sargent has cleverly defined calisthenics as "aesthetic gymnastics."

Several bicycles have been observed on the road during the last few days.

A compulsory vaccination of all students has been ordered at Williams.

Folsom, '81, ex-pitcher of the University Nine, was about college on Sunday.

A feasible plan for illuminating the library by electricity, is under consideration.

The agents of the Cambridge Gas Company were examining the college metres yesterday.

Between twenty and thirty men are trying for a vacant position on the Princeton foot-ball team.

Yesterday, President Porter, accompanied by President Eliot, attended several recitations and lectures.

The first six men in the line purchased all the gallery tickets for the last "ladies' day" of the winter meetings.

Within the last year $19,000,000 has been given by private persons to the cause of educational institutions.

The track on Jarvis Field will be ready for those who wish to practice running and walking the first of next week.

The first six men at the sale of tickets for the winter meetings, yesterday, bought all the gallery tickets for the last meeting.

An adjourned meeting of the base-ball league will be held in Rochester, N. Y., today, for the purpose of arranging a schedule of games for 1882.

A number of men from thinly-occupied tables at Memorial have been grouped at one or two tables, in order to economize in the service of the hall.

So great has been the demand for tickets for the athletic meetings that additional seats will be built, from the floor to the gallery. Tickets for these will be on sale the last of this week.

An English paper says: "There are some very small and light men in the English university crews this year. The idea of rowing a light weight stroke is one that is daily gaining ground. He can set a livelier pace and hold it better than a heavy weight."

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

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