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The third Senior Forensic is due today.
French V. will begin Balzac's Eugenie Grandet next Monday.
For the present the rooms of the Institute of 1770 will be open on Monday evenings at 7.30.
The marks in Sophomore Rhetoric will probably not be out for a week or ten days, owing to the sickness of Mr. Drennan.
Members of H. T. A. League who have not yet procured shingles can get them of the secretary, at 29 Stoughton.
J. B. WILSON.'85 - "I see that Professor Emeritus is now to be eligible to the corporation."
'86 - "Professor Emeritus; is he professor of history?"
The Yale seniors have voted to send the Glee Club to give a concert at the Williamantic Linen Mills in recognition of the attention shown them at their visit last week.
Seniors will have another opportunity to present subjects for commencement parts or to modify those already presented on Friday, March 2, in Sever 1, from 3 to 5.
Dr. Royce delivers the first of his series of lectures on "The Religious Aspect of Philosophy," in Sever 11 at 7.30 P. M. today. Special subject : "Introduction and discussion of the Ethical Element in Religion."
One of our learned professors the other day, while marking the list of absentees, remarked, as he jotted down the names, "Mr. S. and Mr. R. absent;" and then a moment after, glancing around, innocently queried, "Is there any one else here absent?"
Ex-Governor Long and Edward Everett Hale will deliver addresses under the auspices of the Harvard Total Abstinence League in Sever 11, March 23. Col. Higginson and Wendell Phillips are among the speakers who will address succeeding meetings.
To those who were present at the recent Harvard Union debate the following editorial from the Boston Advertiser will be of interest : "The explicit testimony of President Andrew D. White of Cornell University to the good results to both sexes of co-education at that institution must be accepted as valuable. He is an intensely practical and cool-headed observer and not likely to be imposed upon by any superficial appearances. But his testimony is not in conflict with that of other college officers where the experiment has been made. It seems to be established beyond reasonable question that, under suitable regulations, young men and young women may pursue their studies at the same institution without peril to their morals or any other ill effect, but with decided advantage in all respects."
On account of the recent accident at the railroad crossing on the Cambridge horse railroad, the conductors have received orders not only to stop their cars one hundred feet from the crossing, but also to walk ahead to the track and back again before starting the car.
A HINT TO BUTLER.Mr. Quincy declares in his recently published reminiscences of Andrew Jackson that the old soldier bore himself well in the face of the Latin which the scholars of Cambridge discharged at him when they conferred on him the degree of LL. D.
THE USUAL OUTCOME.The suspended sophomores of Dartmouth have surrendered and have been allowed to resume their former relations with the college. The questions which, by their refusing to answer them, caused their suspension, have been fully answered, and the names of the participants in the recent midnight demonstration around the college and professor's residence are consequently known.
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