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BULLETIN.

TODAY.

Athletic Contest. Harvard Athletic Association. Hemenway Gymnasium, 2.30 P. M.

"American Archaeology." Special subject: "South America." Professor Putnam. Peabody Museum, 3 P. M.

On account of the limited room for the number attending the Thursday lectures, the same lectures will be given on Saturdays.

Pedagogy. Special subject: "The Training of the Will and Character." Mr. G. Stanley Hall. Wesleyan Hall, Boston, 10.30 A. M.

Corrected list of chapters and sections from Couttwell and Schmidz for the Freshman Examination in Classical (Greek and Latin) Lectures. - The questions on Wednesday's paper will cover: 1. All that was given in the 20 lectures. 2. Jebb's Primer of Greek Literature, pp. 1 - 136, with alternative questions on the books suggested for outside reading. 3. Either - A: Couttwell's History of Roman Literature, Book I., cc I. - IV., VII., IX., pp. 37 - 98, and X.; Book 2, Part 1, cc I. - IV., V., pp. 319 - 330, Part 2, cc II., III., V.; Book III., cc pp. 341 - 345, II., IV., pp. 352 - 358, V., 401 - 410, Vi., 430 - 434, and VII., 438 - 442, 449 - 455; or - B: Schindz's History of Latin Literature, Sections 1 - 20, 33, 44 - 60, 69 - 99, 102 - 105, 108, 115, 116 - 119, 124, 132, 133, 138, 142 - 144, 146, 149 - 152. N. B. All these references are inclusive. Examination books not yet delivered should be placed in Sever 11, on the desk.

March 23.

LOUIS DYER.REQUIRED GERMAN.One-third of the paper at the next examination will be taken from the parts of Hauff's "Marchen" and Kruminacher's "Parabelen" read in the class; i. e., will not be at sight.

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