Boat Club meeting this evening.

Sophomore Theme 3 due today.

Prof. Norton did not lecture yesterday.

There was no lecture in Latin 4 yesterday.

The Harvard Club of Washington, D. C., recently held a banquet.


Signor Salvini was the guest of Mr. Howard M. Ticknor Sunday.

The examination books in Freshman Greek and Latin will be returned this week.

The freshman crews are now rowing regularly, the first at 4.30 and the second at 8 P. M.

Mr. Faxon will meet his section in Natural History 6 at 10 o'clock today in 32 Felton.

The umbrella stands at Memorial Hall will be left where they are for the present at least.

Dr. Laughlin resumes his lectures in Political Economy 2 tomorrow, the section having finished Cairne's text book.

Pierian Sodality. - Rehearsal for concert tonight, instead of Wednesday. Please be prompt.

M. L. BRADFORD, Sec.Gen. Pratt has returned to Cambridge. He will sail for England in about a month, "to attend the session of Parliament."

Students should call at L. D. Drury's store at once, and examine the model students' lamp now on exhibition for a few days.

Moorfield Storey and Leverett Saltonstall, Harvard overseers, have been elected directors of the Massachusetts Reform Club.