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The list of freshman examinations has been posted.

There will be an hour examination in French 5 today.

The next lecture in Chemistry 2 will be given March 27.

Today closes the term at the Ohio Wesleyan University.

The first proof of the scheme for the annuals in June has been posted.

There was a rather small attendance at Dr. Sargent's lecture yesterday.

Term-bills for the second term were distributed yesterday, payable April 12.

Petitions granted Monday, March 19: Seniors, 25; juniors, 32; sophomores, 34; freshmen, 24. Good for '83 and '84.

The annual examination in N. H. 2 will be only on the work gone over during the last half-year. An essay will take the place of the hour examination.

For sale. - A 53-inch Harvard bicycle, half roadster, half racer. In perfect repair. All latest improvements. Apply at 32 Holyoke for price and further particulars.

A number of men have been busily occupied of late writing theses which a are generally due before the spring vacation. The alcoves in the library are therefore fairly patronized at present.

Rev. A. V. G. Allen, professor of ecclesiastical history, will address the St. Paul's Society tonight at 7 o'clock, in 17 Grays, on the "Historical Growth of the Apostles'. Creed." All members of the university are invited.

The examinations for second year honors in the classics will take place as follows: May 6, Greek or Latin at sight; May 8, morning, Greek or Latin at sight; afternoon, translation of prescribed authors; May 29, Greek composition; May 30, Latin composition. The marks for honors will be made up as follows: Prescribed work, 10 per cent.; Greek or Latin composition, each 10 per cent.; translation at sight of Latin, 10 per cent.; translation at sight of Greek, 10 per cent.; work of freshman year, 25 per cent.; work of six hours of elective, 25 per cent.

"Are you going to the ball this evening?" "We should smile."

PARLOR BED. PAINE'S new parlor bed is very convenient. A number of very fine dressing case beds are now being placed in the ware-rooms at the manufactory, 141 Friend street, Boston.

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