Marks are out in Fine Arts 3. The average is low.
Rehearsal of Pierian Sodality tonight at 7.30.
C. E. HAMLIN.There will be a test examination in History 5 next Friday.
Mr. Elihu Vedder, the artist, visited Cambridge yesterday.
Mr. W. W. Kent has entered for the clubswinging (legitimate).
Mr. Nirdlinger, '88, has been dangerously injured by a fall near the old gymnasium.
Mr. M. H. Clarke, '83, has returned to college, after a severe sickness of several weeks.
The first issue of the new board of the Yale Literary Magazine will be the April number.
The N. W. alumni of Cornell banquetted with President White in Chicago, Friday night.
The first annual reunion of the Cambridge High School Alumni takes place this evening at Armory Hall.
The degree of LL. D. has been conferred on Prof. Richard T. Greener, '70, by Monrovia College, Liberia.
The Advocate dinner was given at Parker's last evening. About twenty-five members and guests were present.
There will be a meeting of all those interested in forming a cooperative association at 7.30 this evening in Holden Chapel.
A meeting of the contestants who are to enter for the third winter meeting, was held in Dr. Sargent's room yesterday.
What is that wafted to you on almost every breeze, but the sweet perfume of "Harvard Daily Herald Cigars," at Drury's.