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A boon in club tables has already begun.

There were only sixteen men present in English 6 yesterday.

Mr. Guild of the law school will probably enter for the fencing.

Professor Goodwin will probably start for Europe early in June.

The attendance at Mr. Carey's singing classes has become very small.

Prof. J. W. White proposes Greek readings to be given by members of Greek 3.

Mr. Brigham will act as judge at the meeting tomorrow instead of Mr. Robert Bacon.

Meeting of the committee of fifty at 1.25 P. M., in the directors' room at Memorial Hall.

A senior has been canvassing among his classmates for the sale of a few cabinet photograph albums.

It is reported that the proprietors of Young's Hotel, Boston, are to take charge of Memorial Dining Hall.

H. D. Chapin is administrator of the estate of Prof. Ko Kun Hua, which is estimated at $2000.

There was a lively fire in East Boston last night. Two alarms were sounded. No serious loss.

Prof. Putnam's lectures seem to be very popular with the ladies, judging from the large number present.

Mr. Nat M. Bridgham has been engaged to sing another year at the First Unitarian Church in Lowell.

Wanted. - Four gallery tickets for Saturday, March 25, in exchange for four for Saturday, March 18. - 15 Matthews.

It is said that if Memorial Hall closes on the 22d of this month, it will reopen after the recess, charging four dollars a week.

One of the '82 crew was severly hurt yesterday at the boat-house by being struck on the head by the prow of a barge.

For Sale. - A 53-inch "Harvard" bicycle, half roadster, half racer, all the latest improvements and full nickle-plated. For price, etc., inquire at 32 H'ke.

New York has a "Thirteen Club," organized to show the contempt of the members for the popular superstition. There are many members, but only thirteen sit down to the same table.

Policeman Lucy, a popular and efficient officer, has been transferred from Harvard square to East Cambridge. For what reason is unknown, but the change, if permanent, is to be regretted.

The sale of the Alvin Adams art collection was begun yesterday in Tremont Temple before a large audience. Good prices were realized. A number of Harvard men attended the sale as spectators.

Mr. Winsor recently sent to Washington for a copy of the Congressional record containing speeches on the Chinese question. Instead of the expected books there came, last Wednesday, a note, stating that when the money was remitted the books would be sent.

The next debate in English 6 will take place March 29; subject, "Resolved, that the bill now pending in Congress to prohibit Chinese immigration should become a law." Affirmative, Messrs. Mayberry, Baird, Lothrop. Negative, Messrs. Wait, Oxnard, Snow.

FURNITURE. Parlor, chamber, dining-room, library and office furniture. An immense stock in the warerooms of PAINE'S manufactory, 48 Canal street, opposite Boston and Maine depot.

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