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There will be no lecture in History 10 tomorrow.

The examination books have been returned in Greek VI.

Debate at the rooms of the Institute of 1770 at 7.30 this evening.

Prof. F. G. Peabody will preach in Appleton Chapel next Sunday evening.

The second junior forensic will be returned today from 10 to 12 A. M. in Sever 1.

There will be a meeting of the Hasty Pudding Club in the new rooms at 7.30 tonight.

The first year men at the Law School have finished Criminal Law and will take up Pleading next week.

Harrison Johnson of Putnam, Conn., a graduate of the Harvard Law School in 1845, died Sunday, Feb. 11.

There will be no recitations in Prof. Norton's courses today, as he expects to lecture in New York this evening.

Professor William Cook now devotes a portion of the hour for German VI. to practice in German conversation.

President Eliot and Prof. Bowen have been appointed on the finance committee of the Unitarian Club of Boston.

The business hours of the secretary of the H. A. A. have been changed to Tuesdays and Fridays between 9 and 10.

It is proposed at Yale to adopt the Harvard custom and establish for each graduating class a permanent class fund.

The Advocate, which appears at five o'clock this afternoon, will have an illustrated supplement of eight pages in addition to its regular issue.

Hodge, '83, and Gilmore, '83, will be Princeton's delegates at the inter-collegiate lacrosse convention in Cambridge on the 22d of this month.

Prof. Shaler has in press a volume on "Elementary Geology," the first of a series of text books on the science which he at present is engaged in writing.

Mr. Soule, of Soule & Bugbee, the Boston law publishers, has in press a complete bibliography and reference book to all law books in the English language published in any country. To the preparation of this book Mr. Soule has devoted the greater part of his life, and it is expected that the volume will be one of the highest value and importance to all practitioners and students of law.

A Hartford architect says "the best fire escape is a cool head." Yes; but the desire to keep one's head cool is what causes the general demand for fire escapes. - [Ex.

At the meeting of the Boston Scientific Society Wednesday night, Mr. Samuel Gorman of the Agassiz Museum presented a communication upon the "Paradoxical Frog."

At the last regular meeting of the board of directors of the Harvard Co-operative Society, C. H. Atkinson was elected a director of the board to represent the sophomore class.

A work entitled "Figures of the Past," from the pen of Josiah Quincy, class of 1821, has just been published. It contains an account of "Harvard Sixty Years Ago," and some reminiscenses of Phillips Andover Academy.

The Amherst seniors have appointed a committee to draw up resolutions disapproving the action of the faculty in debarring Amherst from the inter-collegiate games, and a mass meeting of the students will probably be held to protest.

The section in Greek 9 will have a short written examination of about twenty minutes on the first half of the "Frogs of Aristophanes" on March 1st, and on the last half March 15th. Greek 7 has short examinations on March 8th and 31st.

The executive committee of the Boat Club met Wednesday evening with the graduate advisory committee, and decided that the latter should meet the president and captain of the Yale Boat Club at New London, on Monday, Feb. 10, for the purpose of settling the conditions under which the race should be rowed. On account of this action the boat club meeting, which was to have been held last evening, was postponed until after the meeting at New London.

The will of the late Henry J. Morgan of New York bequeaths to the president and fellows of Harvard College one share of the valuable residuary estate, after giving his brother some real estate and $100,000, to be applied to the use of the college, the testator's preference, as expressed, being to aid poor young men in securing an education in any of the departments of the institution. Equal shares are also given to Yale, Amherst and Williams colleges to be applied in the same way.

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