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JAN. 3.


Vol. 1, No. 1 of the HARVARD HERALD.

First day of the winter term.

Junior themes due.

JAN. 4.Meeting of candidates for Freshman Nine.

JAN. 5.Candidates for 'Varsity Crew commenced to row in the following order : Belshaw, 1; Sawyer, 2; Cabot, 3; Hammond, 4; Clarke, 5; Hudgens, 6; Chalfant, 7; Curtis, stroke. Perkins and King also commenced training. The following candidates for the nine commenced training in the gymnasium: Olmstead, Hall, Crocker, Lovering, Bean, Coolidge and Nichols.

JAN. 6.Meeting of Pi Eta.

Examinations to make up entrance conditions in French.

Meeting of directors of Dining Association, who decided that the high price of board charged during the months of October, November and December was due to increase in cost of provisions.

Class of '29 dinner at Parker's.

Billy the postman broke his arm.

JAN. 7.'Varsity crew commenced to practise daily at 4.15 P. M.

JAN. 10.Lecture by Prof. H. N. Martin on the "Beat of the Heart."

Third Cambridge assembly.

JAN 11.Concert by Boston Symphony Orchestra.

Lectures by Profs. Toy, James, J. H. Allen and Croswell.

Meeting of board of overseers. Reports of the president and treasurer read.

JAN. 12.Meeting of Harvard Union.

Mr. Fred. Balch appointed special policeman for Memorial.

JAN. 13.Address by Dr. E. L. Marks before Entomological Club.

Mr. Bancroft commenced to coach the '82 and '83 class crews.

M. L. Bradford, '85, elected assistant secretary of Pierian Sodality.

JAN. 17.Sale of scats for Greek play began.

Fourth Cambridge assembly.

Lecture by Prof. C. A. Young before the N. H. Society. Subject, "Meteors and Comets."

JAN. 18.Publication of list of mid-year examinations.

List of events for the mid-year meetings of the Athletic Association published.

JAN. 19.At a meeting of Harvard Union the following-named officers were elected for the ensuing year : President, W. C. Wait, '82; vice-president, H. Putnam, '83; secretary, E. A. Hibbard, '84; treasurer, E. S. Middleton, '85.

Mr. J. A. White, '84, elected business editor of Lampoon.

JAN. 20.A farce entitled "A Tragedy in Seven Diais" given before members of Everett Athenaeum.

Circulars distributed to members of '82, asking them to compose words for a class song.

JAN. 23.Last day for handing in commencement parts.

First production of the Greek play at the Globe Theatre.

JAN. 24.Last day of recitations before the semi-annuals.

Yale declined to accept Harvard's challenge to participate in general athletic sports.

Symphony concert in Sanders Theatre.

JAN. 26.The HERALD published two editions, containing an account of the conviction of Guiteau.

Semi-annuals began.

JAN. 27.Dinner given to President Eliot in Chicago.

JAN. 30.Lecture by Prof. Allen on "Classical Philology."

Readings, "The Man of Lawes Tale," Prof. Child.

JAN. 31.Sixty freshmen in aesthetic costume attended Oscar Wilde's lecture.

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