The Freshman nine will begin practice in the cage shortly.
The order of the mid-year examination has been posted.
The invitations for the Curtis Hall Germans are out.
Subjects for the third junior theme will be announced today.
Mr. Matthew Arnold visited the college yesterday and attended prayers with President Eliot.
All the Extra Lampoon issue has been exhausted and yet many men have been unable to obtain copies.
The first forensic will be returned to seniors (McDuffie to Ziegler) today, from 2 to 3.30 P. M. in Sever 1.
Mr. Snow will meet the senior volunteer section in forensics today at 3.30 P. M. in Sever 11.
There will be a meeting of the college faculty today in University 5. at 3.30 P. M.
Mr. Wendell will meet all sections in junior themes in Sever 11, today at 2 o'clock, to discuss the subjects for Theme III.
German Readings this evening (With explanations in German.) For advanced students. Wieland's Oberon. Mr.Lutz. Sever 6, 7.30 P. M.
Mr. Preble desires that the members of Latin 2, should bring in their blue books today, for the one hour examination which will take place on Dec. 6, or else leave them in Matthew 7.
"The relations which members of the House hold, and the functions which they discharge, towards their constituents and their party." James Bryce, Esq., M. P.. Sanders Theatre, 7.30 P. M. this evening.
Now that the foot-ball season is over the gymnasium is beginning to fill up rapidly, and soon the class crews will begin work.
A posthumus essay by Darwin on the "Evolution of Instinct" has been found among his papers. It is a splendid example of exhaustive induction, and will be read at a meeting of the Linnxan Society.