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Junior theme VI. is due today.
Ayers is rowing No. 4 on the 'Varsity.
The nine goes to a training table today.
The college faculty meets today at 3 P. M.
Bowdoin and Harvard at 4 P. M. today.
Commencement parts must be handed in today.
Waters is building a new shell for the University crew.
Sophomore theme V. will be returned to section 2 today.
The grounds in front of Felton Hall are being laid out.
Professor Lane's new Latin Grammar is soon to appear.
A Sanskrit Lexicon, by Professor C. R. Lanman, is in the press.
There will be an examination in Greek Lyrics this morning in Greek 9.
The spring tennis tournament will probably begin Monday, May 14th.
Mr. Croswell's maximum section in Freshman Greek will not recite next Friday.
The Ames Club of the Law School has consolidated with the Gray Club, under the title of the Ames-Gray Club.
A series of lectures in aid of the Cambridge Hospital are to be given on Friday afternoons in May by eminent physicians.
The Princeton faculty has repealed the rule forbidding the nine to play with professionals. There is great rejoicing at Princeton.
The invitation of the Inter-collegiate Tennis Association for Harvard to become a member has been received and will be accepted.
We regret to learn that the Exeter boat club has been obliged to cancel its agreement to purchase boats of Harvard owing to lack of funds.
The assets of Cornell University are $7,000,000, and its income therefrom $400,000.
President Walker of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology gives the first of his course of lectures on the "Tenure of Land" in Sever 11 this evening, at 7.30.
Rev. Alexander McKenzie, D. D., of the Harvard corporation, contemplates a six months' absence from his pulpit, after the first of July, in Europe.
The secretary of the Tennis Association will be in his rooms, 32 Thayer, from 11 to 12 today, to receive the names of those who wish to join the association.
The sixth nine of the Hasty Pudding Club from '84 is as follows: P. Thorndike, Whitwell, W. T. Crocker, Payson, A. Thorndike, Hilliard, F. Hamlin, Codman, Pendleton.
The old Thayer Commons Hall on Holmes field, recently used as the college carpenter shop, is being rapidly demolished to make room for the new physical laboratory.
The following honorary members were elected at the last meeting of the Hasty Pudding Club : Atkinson, Curtis, Ford, Frenkel, Guild, Nye, Woodward, and Turner, all formerly of '84.
The seniors and sophomores had a short spurt in front of the boat house yesterday afternoon. The seniors started about a length ahead, and when the bridge was reached had not increased their lead materially.
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