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There is but one vacant room in the yard.
The Co-operative is the largest society in college.
There will be no lecture in Philosophy III. today.
The Harvard Total Abstinence League has 59 members.
There are eleven members in the Bicycle Club from '86.
Members of Natural History 4 were assigned seats yesterday.
A temperance union has been organized at Bowdoin College, Me.
Thermometers have been placed in the tub and sponge baths at the gymnasium.
The freshmen will have an examination in Latin at sight at the close of this month.
A foot-ball match between the Pierian and the Glee Club will probably be played today.
The Natural History 5 laboratory will be removed soon to the new portion of the museum building.
Eighty new lockers will be added to the gymnasium. Work upon them will be begun next Monday.
The fourth ten of the Everett Athenaeum from '85 are Miner, E. C. Thayer, Wadsworth, Lewis, Root, W. C. Smith, Alderson, Soule, Newhall, Tyler.
Speculation in New York about the foot-ball championship is 2 to 1 against Yale, 3 to 1 against Princeton, 15 to 2 against Harvard and 33 to 2 against Columbia. - [News.
The German astronomers who are to observe the transit of Venus from Hartford, Conn., have arrived in that city, and have selected the grounds of Trinity College for their point of observation.
Signor Salvini begins his Boston engagement at the Globe Theatre, Nov. 13. He will appear only four times and will present "The Gladiator," "Othello," and "The Outlaw," better known as "Morte Civile."
The last excursion of the season in Natural History 4 will take place today. Prof. Shaler and members of the elective will meet at the Old Colony Depot, Boston, and will take the 1.10 P. M. train for Wollaston Heights. The party will then walk to Squantum Point. It is expected that the entire walk of the afternoon will not exceed eight miles and a half. The party will arrive in Boston on the return between 5.30 and 6. The doors of the dining room at Memorial will be open till 6.45 P. M. for the benefit of those who go on the excursion.
Dr. Sargent has been engaged in fitting up a gymnasium at Wellesley, much after the plan of our own. A complete set of apparatus has been introduced and examinations such as ours instituted. The direction of the gymnasium is in the hands of Miss L. E. Hill, who has studied under Dr. Sargent.
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