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Mr. Geo. Lyons, Jr., of the Divinity School, will read in Arlington tonight.

Some five snow-slides from the slate roofs about college were seen yesterday.

The order of the mid-year examinations which we publish, is the revised version.

Lost. - Kid driving glove. Finder please return to table 17 Memorial or 58 Matthews.

The temperature yesterday in the gymnasium was decidedly chilly. This is inexcusable management.

Geo. W. Chadwick, well known in the musical circles of Boston, will conduct the Greek play at the Globe Theatre.

Owing to the difficulty in suiting each individual member of the corporation, a plan for the new law school has not been decided upon.

Mr. Lewis Morrison, who is to take the part of Creon in the Greek play at the Globe Theatre next week, arrived in Boston yesterday.

We have turned the tables on antiquity. OEdipus became famous by solving a riddle, and now Riddle retaliates by interpreting OEdipus.

Prof. Young of Princeton addressed the Natural History Society at Sanders Theatre last evening. Subject, "Comets and Meteors."

In spite of the recent losses suffered by miscreants appropriating "shingles," several societies still tempt fortune by leaving their shingles out several nights in succession.

The Globe of yesterday contained an article showing the wrong of giving the college dormitories, halls, etc., without assigning suitable sums to pay the expenses of running them.

Prof. Hill finished his series of lectures in Sophomore Rhetoric yesterday. The warm applause that greeted his closing words, showed that his efforts to make his lectures interesting were fully appreciated by the students.

In the mid-year examination in Sophomore Rhetoric, one hour and a half will be devoted to questions on Hill's Rhetoric as far as page 142. An hour will be given to prose composition, and the remaining half hour will be occupied by questions on the subjects of Prof. Hill's lectures.

Professor in international law (after a long and labored attempt to explain "legitimate consideration"): And now, sir! perhaps you will agree with me when I sum it up in the phrase quid pro quo. Student, desperately. Yes sir! I was of the opinion it was something of that nature.

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