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Dartmouth vs. Harvard today on Holmes field at 4 P. M.

Monthly examination in Philosophy I. today at 12 M., in U. E. R.

Hour examinations in Philosophy 1 today at 12 o'clock in U. E. R.

Students in Mills' Political Economy are beginning to find it a grind.

The first Symphony Concert this evening in Sanders Theatre at 7.45.

T. H. Cabot, '86, has been elected assistant secretary of the Pierian.

Col. W. A. Bancroft, '78. has been elected State representative from Cambridge.

Meeting of Christian Brethren tonight at 6.30 in 18 Stoughton. All are invited.

Many of the students have been attending Dr. Carpenter's lectures given at the Lowell Institute.

The candidates for the freshman crew were coached yesterday by Mr. R. P. Perkins of the 'Varsity crew.

A large audience attended Prof. Palmer's reading of the 1st book of the Odyssey in Sever 11 last night.

Those members of '86 who are interested in lacrosse are requested to meet in 2 Weld next Friday evening at 7.30.

The necessary measurements for the new gymnasium lockers were taken Tuesday. They are to be placed in the basement.

The News, with its customary force of expression, denies the statement that Robinson, the trainer, ever received an offer from Yale.

The lacrosse team is considering challenging the St. Louis Lacrosse Club, the crack team of the United States, to a match game in the spring.

Associate members of the Pierian and Glee Club can obtain shingles on application to the secretaries of the two societies. Medals are not yet ready.

The total receipts of the Co-operative Society since its inception, on the 18th of last March, up to November 1 have been $8876.03. This is exclusive of the business done with affiliated tradesmen.

Daniel Pratt, G. A. T., has been giving his usual general course in ethics, history, music and chemistry. It is the only course open to all members of the university without consulting the instructor, and as usual has been, for the most part, elected by the freshmen.

There is talk of forming class foot-ball elevens at Yale, to contend for the class championship, as the class ball nines do now. In this way it is hoped to develop much good material for the university team.

Six medals are annually struck off by the Cobden Free Trade Club of England. Two of these are sent to India, one to Australia, and three to America, to the colleges Yale, Harvard and Williams.

The following numbers of Handbooks of Developing Exercises are ready at the gymnasium office: 1229, 1230, 1231, 730, 726, 1232, 1234, 1003, 1233, 1235. 1089, 1218, 1214, 1142, 915, 711, 1163, 860, 1198, 934, 339, 852.

At a meeting of the graduates of the class of '82 of Phillips Exeter Academy, now in college, a committee was appointed to confer with the remainder of the class and ascertain what are their wishes in regard to having a reunion at Exeter next June.

The course in the hare and hounds run, Friday, will be between six and eight miles. Those who run, in order to be eligible for a prize, must be members of the Athletic Association, and must enter their names in the book placed at Bartlett's for that purpose.

A number of '86 men have had interviews with the registrar lately, on account of perusing miscellaneous literature in chapel; and so a member of '86 has been appointed to report all freshmen who devote their attention to literature other than biblical during chapel service.

The following named have been elected associate members of the Pierian and Glee Club Association: Seniors - Aspinwall, Binney, Brackett, Cole, J. R. Coolidge, Edmands, Edwards, Endicott, W. Fuller, Kip. Lee, A. Lyman. Rockwell, R. D. Sears, H. L. Smyth. Juniors - Burr, T. J. Coolidge, Goodwin, F. Hamlin, Kemp, Minturn, Noble, Robbins, Sexton, W. C. Sturgis.

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