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Prof. Shaler will go to Newport today.

Seats will shortly be assigned in N. H. 4.

The Moat Courts are to be revived in the Law School.

Mr. Matthew Arnold will lecture at Union Hall, Cambridge Dec. 4.

A large number of summons have recently been issued.

Mr. M. H. Cushing, '83, is no longer connected with the Cambridge Tribune.

"History and Methods of Classical Study" by Prof. Allen in Sever 18 at 11 A. M.

Yale, '87, easily defeated the Polytechnic School eleven Wednesday. Score 49 to O.

Tompkins, captain of the Yale eleven will act as referee in today's Harvard-Princeton game.

Columbia was beaten in foot-ball

Mr. Stanton Day, '83, has given up journalism and will devote himself to the study of law.

Several Harvard students will have entries in the next meeting of the Country Club, at Hyde Park.

Some valuable additions have recently been made to the collection of curiosities in the Agassiz Museum.

The Yale, '87,-Harvard, '87, foot-ball game has been arranged for November 21. It will be played at Hartford or Springfield.

"Senior Societies at Yale" is the subject of a vigorous protest to the Nation from a member of the class of '84 of that institution. The writer claims that the Yale papers are all under the control of the secret societies.

There will be an excursion in N. H. 4 today.

There are 55 professors and 311 cadets at West Point.

The Advocate appeared yesterday with its usual assortment of bright articles and "newsy" items.

The announcement that Dr. A. P. Peabody will preach tomorrow evening in chapel will endoubtedly call out a large audience.

"Examples in Drawing and Delineation" is the title of a work that has recently been published by Mr. C. H. Moore as a sequel to his former work.

The cover of the first number of the Shaksperiana, a monthly devoted to the interest of students of Shakspere, illustrates the window placed by the class of '54 in Memorial Hall.

Mr. W. H. Garrison, formerly of '84, is principal of a classical school in Helena, Montana Territory. He is assisted by a former student of the "Annex."

At 12 M tomorrow the Memorial Hall clock will be set back 15 3-4 minutes to agree with the new standard of time and all meals will be served in accordance with the same.

We wish to call attention to the value of our paper as an advertising medium as shown by the fact that our advertisements, as well as our editorial columns contribute to the pleasure and profit of the Advocate board.

J. P. Howard, Esq., has announced his intention of giving a new building for the medical department of the University of Vermont, and of refitting the old building for a gymnasium. The cost will be about $40,000. This will make over $400,000 that he has given to the University and the city within ten years.

The University of California has organized a Longfellow Memorial Association. The prominent object of the Association is to "aid in the perpetuation of the name and the fame of Longfellow," and also "to cultivate a close acquaintance with Bryant, Tennyson, Wordsworth, and the other great names of this century."

Prof. Clark, of Williams College, has gone on a trip to Europe, with a view of examining the methods of laboratory work in Oxford and Cambridge. He also intends to visit the German universities and then go to Naples, where the rest of his time will be spent. There his work will be mostly of a zoological character.

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