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No bicycles are allowed on the track.
There was a cut in History 9 Saturday.
Mr. Kane, '82, has got up a four-oared crew.
The '82 crew will row twice a day during the recess.
Mueller, '81, is engaged in business in Cleveland, O.
C. W. Luck, formerly '82, was about college yesterday.
Meeting of Delta Upsilon this evening at 7.15 in Sever 18.
Mr. C. T. Dazey, '81, is to write a new play for George Riddle.
A large number of athletes will remain in Cambridge during the recess.
The fifth number of the Harvard University Bulletin will be issued this month.
A la Princeton Tiger one might call our recent gymnasium meetings cases of gym-jams.
The President of Amherst College, Rev. J. H. Seelye, officiated in the chapel yesterday morning.
Dr. Ela of Brattle street has been elected secretary of the Cambridge Medical Improvement Society.
Of the thirty-four championship base-ball games played between Harvard and Yale, Harvard has won twenty.
The fire alarm from box 71 last evening was caused by a slight fire in a barn on Tannery street, North Cambridge.
Dr. Spaulding has been engaged to deliver a course of lectures on Pompeii at Dartmouth College, at the beginning of the spring term.
There were 247 graduates at the recent commencement exercises of Jefferson Medical College; and yet Philadelphia is called a healthy city!
Petitions are being circulated and are receiving many signatures, requesting Professor Palmer not to sever his connection with the university.
The resignation of Mr. Thurston, the auditor of Memorial Hall, has been accepted. Mr. Lyman B. Fiske, of '83, will occupy the position after the recess.
The New York Metropolitan Club has received applications for games from Rutgers, Dartmouth and Brown. The club practices daily at the polo grounds.
The Dartmouth ball team will play at the following places during the week's vacation : At Lowell, April 6; Boston, 7th and 8th, and at Worcester, the 10th and 11th.
The young women of the sophomore class of the Wisconsin State University have determined to wear mortar-board hats. It would be a great improvement upon the "cart-wheel." - [Graphic.
Spaulding & Bros. of Chicago have issued their annual book entitled "Spaulding's Base Ball Guide and Official League Book for 1882." It contains statistics of college clubs as well as those of professional clubs.
The Detroit Every Saturday says that "Agassiz's summer school is to be carried on next summer at College City, Martha's Vineyard, in a building containing sixteen recitation rooms and controlled by twenty teachers."
The annual race between Oxford and Cambridge was rowed on the Thames Saturday afternoon. Oxford, the lighter crew, won easily in 20 min. 12 secs. The Prince of Wales and the Duke of Edinburg were among the spectators.
The college student who on a Sound boat the other night went up to the captain and said : "Kiss me good-night, now, please, conductor; I want to go to bed," is not a member of the new Harvard temperance association, as reported. - [Tiger.
FURNITURE. Chamber, Parlor, Library, Dining Room and Hall furniture, from an immense stock, is sold direct from the manufactory, at PAINE'S, 48 Canal and 141 Friend streets, opposite Boston & Maine depot, Boston.
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