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Marks are out in Natural History 7.

A Pierian rehearsal occurs tonight at 7.30.

The second Senior Forensic will not be returned until next week.

The second freshman eight have begun rowing with sliding seats.

Rev. D. G. Lyon preaches in the college chapel next Sunday evening.

Only four men are practising regularly in the gymnasium for tumbling.

The '83 tug-of-war team seems to be pulling in poorer form than the others.

Hooper, '83, has left college to accept a position with the Century Co., N. Y.

The report of the treasurer of the Yale Foot-Ball Club shows a balance of $270.

Important meeting of the Hasty Pudding Club this evening at 7.30 in the old rooms.

During Hanlan's last visit to Boston he was given a critical physical examination by Dr. Sargent.

The fifth Chamber Concert, the last of the series, will be given by the Beethoven Club Tuesday evening.

Dr. Sargent will begin on the second series of physical examinations before the spring vacation if possible.

The cup to be given for general excellence in sparring at the winter meetings of the H. A. A. is on exhibition at Bartlett's.

A cup for general excellence in wrestling at the winter meetings of the H. A. A. has been offered by a gentleman connected with the university.

Subjects for commencement parts, or modifications of subjects already given, can be presented to Prof. Hill in Sever 1, from 3 to 5 P. M. today.

Two members of the board of overseers visited the college yesterday, and listened to a lecture by the newly appointed assistant professor of English.

The petition to the legislature in favor of the Meigs elevated railroad, which is posted in the gymnasium, has received one hundred and seventy-five signatures.

The plan of turning down the lights in Sever Hall during a lecture, which was tried for the first time in Mr. Channing's lecture, should be carried out at every lecture. The glare from the open gas jets has always been unpleasant.

An order has been adopted by the Cambridge authorities, that the committee on lamps be instructed to light the lamps of the city every night of the year.

The Co-operative Society has been unable to make any arrangement for a public telephone in its office, because of the competition that would result with the present office in Cambridge.

There are possibilities that Cambridge will have its elevated railroad into Boston. The petition for the Meigs system now being circulated about Cambridge by Mr. Bassett has already received 4000 signatures.

On account of the falling of one of the students in the exhibition of the fire-escapes on Thayer, the superintendent of buildings has decided not to give the exhibition of the canvas bag fire-escapes which was proposed.

Dr. Royee gave the first of his series of lectures on "The Religious Aspect of Philosophy" in Sever 11 last evening before a large audience. The lecture was principally introductory and explanatory of the various aspects of philosophy, particularly of the ethical element in religion.

The next debate of the Harvard Union will be held in Sever 11 on Tuesday evening, March 13. The question is, "Resolved: That the Principles of German State Socialism are the true Principles for Government." The disputants will be Messrs. McIntosh, '84, Hansen, '85, for the affirmative; Messrs. W. D. Smith, '84, G. Thayer, '85, for the negative.

The Nation of this week contains a communication from "Anti-Butler (Harvard, '83)," in which the writer condemns the conferring of degrees by Harvard upon men who have attained political rank, but are perhaps not noted for their intellectual power. He calls this action an "annual farce," and asks, "What sort of civil service reform is the university teaching?"

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