Rev. James Freeman Clarke preached in the chapel last evening.
There will be an hour examination in French 1, Friday.
Cowling, '87, had his arm badly sprained in the game Saturday.
There were about eight hundred people present at the freshman game.
The Michigan eleven lost every game on its eastern tour.
Mr. George Riddle has just finished a series of readings at Exeter, N. H.
A number of the members of History 13 are writing theses.
Mr. Bird has been elected captain of the Princeton eleven for next year.
Mr. E. J. Wendell, '82, was present at the foot-ball game Saturday.
The chorus of the OEdipus Tyrannus had a very enjoyable reunion recently in Cambridge.
R. D. Sears, '83, will be one of a yachting party which is shortly to start on a cruise to the Mediterranean.
About sixty men were present at the dinner given to the Yale foot-ball team by Harvard, '87, Saturday.
The Yale freshman team, previous to Saturday's game, had not had a point scored against it.
Hutchens, the famous English sprinter, failed in his attempt to beat the 300 yard record, made by himself May 30, 1881, and which is 30 3-4s.
The Saturday Evening Gazette is authority for the statement that the secretary of a Harvard class has such faith in Bell telephone stock that he has invested the class fund in it.