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Freshman examination in Physics today.

On Saturday the Princeton nine play the Alaskas at New York.

The '82 tug-of-war team will pull the Technology team next Saturday.

The freshmen are showing increased interest in the Co-operative Association.

The winning tug-of-war team will pull a picked team at the games this evening.

Mr. C. W. Birtwell, '82, owing to ill health, has been obliged to withdraw from his class.

The record in the running high jump does not count as a record, inasmuch as a mat was used.

The Zuni Indians attended Prof. Putnam's lecture on American Archaeology Saturday afternoon.

We understand that the second resignation of the auditor, handed in some time ago, has been accepted.

It is proposed to build a covered grand stand on Jarvis. It would certainly be a desirable improvement.

Today at 1.30 P. M. the periodicals belonging to the Reading Room Association will be sold at auction.

Prof. James has extended the time for some members of Phil. 4 to hand in their theses until after the recess.

The poem, "My Cigarette," by Mr. Lummis, '81, has been set to music by Mr. F. R. Burton, '85. Ditson is the publisher.

It is rumored that Mr. Sawyer, who has been pulling No. 2 on the 'Varsity, will withdraw from college to accept a business position.

The New York College Base-Ball League will be composed this season of Cornell, Hamilton, Madison, Union and Rochester.

Mr. Morison, '83, was awarded the prize for general excellence, with a record of 40 1/2 points out of a possible 60. Morison's work was done neatly and gracefully throughout.

It is said that six instructors are to be dismissed at the end of the current year, in order to curtail the expenses of the college. The Boston Herald, after investigation, denies the report.

At the meeting in the gymnasium this evening the programme will be the same as that of Saturday, with a few changes. The prize for general excellence in sparring will be awarded, and Page and Lee will spar for the middle-weight.

The funeral services of Henry W. Longfellow were held at the old home on Brattle street yesterday afternoon. The body was interred in Mt. Auburn Cemetery. Memorial services were held in the College Chapel, Rev. F. G. Peabody and Prof. Everett officiating.

PARLOR BEDS. PAINE'S new folding bed has received the silver award. It is very convenient.

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