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McNutt, of the Law School has left college.

Important meeting of the Delta Upsilon tonight at 7.30.

It is rumored that Dr. Holmes has resigned his professorship.

The Botanic Garden is open Sundays, as well as week days.

Rev. M. J. Drennan will conduct chapel exercises till May 20.

The college faculty meets this evening in University 5 at 7.30 P. M.

Exeter will play no games with college nines this year, says the Exonian.

It is feared that the chances of Mr. Wendell's being able to run at all this spring are doubtful.

The Glee Club will sing in Providence next Wednesday evening, and at a meeting of the Art Club Saturday evening.

The match game in lacrosse between Harvard and Princeton is set for May 20th, (in Cambridge) the date of the spring meeting.

It is reported that the first freshman game with Yale will be played May 20, in New Haven, and the second, probably June 10, in Cambridge.

It is said that the hours and days of the week are to be set down opposite each course in the forthcoming elective pamphlet, thus doing away with the necessity for a tabular view.

The game of base-ball on Jarvis field Saturday afternoon, between the 1st and 2d year nines of the Medical School, resulted in a victory for the 2d year men by a score of 9 to 4.

College games this week : Tuesday, Harvards vs. Tufts, at Cambridge; Wednesday, Harvards vs. Beacons, at Cambridge; Saturday, Harvards vs. Browns, at Cambridge; Yales vs. Metropolitans, at New York.

The following are the entries for the intercollegiate contests as far as reported : 100 yards and hurdles, Mitchell, '83; one-quarter-mile run, Wesselhoeft, '84, Carey, S. S., and Edmands, S. S.; half-mile run, Goodwin, '84; one mile run, Trask, '85, and Morison, '83; one mile walk, Herrick and Hoyt, both of '82; bicycle races, Codman, '83; high and broad jump, Soren and Denniston, both of '83, and Biddle, '84; putting the shot and throwing the hammer, Kip, '83, and Follansbee, '85.

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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