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Marks are out in Spanish 1.

Exeter has been beaten by Andover, 4 to 0.

The alterations at Memorial have now been completed.

Nichols will pitch in the game with Dartmouth this afternoon.

Today's is the last university calendar of the year.

Boston defeated Providence yesterday by a score of 4 to 0.

Today is the last day for handing in lists of elective studies.

On Wednesday, Columbia graduated 52 men from the academical department.

The second championship game with the Dartmouth's is to be played this afternoon.

The Yale Yacht Club will hold its annual regatta in New Haven harbor this afternoon.There will be two more issues of the Lampoon, one probably today, and one, as usual, on class day.

The Terra Cottas yesterday defeated the CRIMSON nine by the score of 20 to 14. Base hits-CRIMSON 12; Terra Cotta 8.

The Longwood Cricket Eleven has returned from its trip. It was severely crippled by the absence of some of its best players, and was beaten in every match.

The members of the Signet from '84 defeated the '85 members in a ball game on Jarvis Field, yesterday afternoon.

In the Brown-Dartmouth game, on Thursday, the hitting was very heavy, every man except one on each nine making a base hit.

The Yale freshmen have been photographed on the fence, which they won by their victory over our freshman nine.

It is feared at Yale that Cowles, '86, will be unable to row with the university crew, owing to the slow improvement of his injured hand.

The services in the chapel tomorrow afternoon are expected to be of unusual interest. Rev. Phillips Brooks will preach the sermon.

The examination books in Philosophy 3 have been placed upon the desk in Sever 20, the total percentage for the course being marked upon each book.

The university lacrosse twelve have received a challenge from the Unions, of Boston, to play on the 17th, which they are unable to accept as several men will be away.

The game between the Argonaut and Early Rose nines, on the Divinity Hall grounds, was given up in the second inning, score, 3 to 3, owing to the enforced absence of several of the latter team.

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