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French 2 will begin the "Andromaque" next week.
The Crimson editors were photographed yesterday.
They allow tennis on the campus at Harvard. [News.] Indeed?
Rev. Percy Brown, of Roxbury, will preach in the college chapel tomorrow.
Wanted. - A competent tutor in algebra at 43 C. H. References given.
The Lacrosse team will play the Union team of Boston this afternoon in Cambridge.
Nominations for directors of Memorial Hall may now be made in writing to the present board.
The last Greek reading of the year will be given by Professor Palmer Wednesday evening, May 3d.
The Johns Hopkins University conducts five journals devoted to original investigation in various fields.
Lost - A set of printed notes on the lectures in Chemistry I., bound in card boards. The finder will confer a favor by returning same to 16 Weld.
General W. L. Burt, whose death was recorded yesterday, was a Harvard graduate in the class of '50, and was also a graduate of the Law School.
Mr. Clyal DuVernet Hunt's Irish setter, "Nimrod," won the first prize in the open class, and also special prize for best Irish setter, dog or bitch, in the New York dog show.
Although the price of board at Memorial in March was over $5, its estimated cost for the first half of April is only $4.34, and its general average for the whole month will no doubt be below $4.25.
Three cases, containing twelve plaster casts taken from statues in the Louvre arrived yesterday. They were bought by Prof. Jacquinot in Paris for the French department, and will be immediately placed on brackets in Sever 19 and 23. The busts vary in size from 75 centimetres to one metre in height, costing from 10 to 25 francs each. The list is as follows: J. J. Rousseau, Moliere, Pierre Corneille, Bossuet, Diderot, Fenelon, Boileau, Descartes, La Fontaine, Voltaire, Buffon, Racine.
At the meeting of the Harvard University Boat Club last evening, the agreement made last year with Yale, namely, that the Harvard-Yale races should be rowed for five years at New London, was ratified. The chairman, Mr. Chalfant, then read a letter from Capt. Bigelow of the Yale crew, which agreed that the race should be rowed on Friday, this year, provided that for the next two years Yale should have the privilege of naming the day. A motion was then made that a committee of three should be appointed to draw up a set of rules under which the race shall be rowed. The motion was passed, and Messrs. Chalfant, Hammond and Curtis were appointed for the committee.
PARLOR BED. PAINE'S new parlor bed is very convenient. A number of very fine dressing case beds are now being placed in the warerooms at the manufactory, 114 Friend street, Boston.
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