The clerk of the weather department seems to think that "variety is the spice of life."
Among the "Promenade Notes" in the News we find that "the faculty were very giddy."
Last Wednesday the Yale News published three times the number of its regular edition.
The indigent youth with his recommendations for charity is again meandering about college.
President Eliot will give a reception to members of the Law School next Tuesday evening.
Found - A pair of opera-glasses. The owner may have the same by applying at 26 H'ke House.
President Eliot and other scientific and literary men ask that antiquities be put on the free list. - [Ex.
One of the class of '33 of Dartmouth, it is said, is one of the "Twelve Apostles" of the Mormous.
The Maine Historical Society will commemorate Mr. Longfellow's seventy-fifth birthday on the 27th inst.
The Boston Art Club gave a reception last evening to its members and friends at its new home on Dartmouth street.
Mr. F. H. Briggs, '85, instead of Mr. Bolles, L. S., drew the cartoon of "The AEsthetic Image Vender," in the last Lampoon.
EDS. LAMPOON.It is proposed that the Yale-Princeton game this spring be played on the N. Y. polo grounds instead of in Princeton or New Haven, as it is thought the receipts will be larger.
President Eliot is announced as a contributor to the second number of the new Philadelphia weekly, "Our Continent" - Subject, "The Elective system in Education."
An Italian named Scuri in Milan after having mastered the tetracycle, tricycle, and bicycle, now gives exhibitions of wonderful riding on the icycle. (Monocycle perhaps is the better word.)
Suits have been begun against A. Williams & Co. for libel and damages for $30,000, on account of "Cape Cod Folks." The defendants' property has been attached. Trial next Tuesday at Plymouth.
1945 Executive Officers Take Over Crimson Positions as Many Editors Join the ServiceWith this issue, the members of the 1944 executive board relinquish their positions to the 1945 executives. The retiring officers
No HeadlineEDITORS HARVARD HERALD: As we do not issue our next number until the eleventh, we request you to publish the
CRIMSON CALLS 1931 TOMORROWThe following consideration of Crimson competitions in general was written by A. R. Sweezy '29, managing editor of the Crimson.
15 WILL COME HERE AS NIEMAN FELLOWSFifteen Nieman Fellowships were awarded to newspapermen last week for study at the University during the coming academic year, when
Hugh Calkins Elected Crimson President; Armand Schwab, Jr. Chosen Managing EditorThe Crimson takes pleasure in announcing the election of the following officers to next semester's executive board: Hugh Calkins '45