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Upon inquiry the rumored Law School crew turns out to be a "beautiful myth."

It is not true that the Yale crew are negotiating with Mr. Waters for a boat four miles long.

There will be a meeting of the '83 Pi Eta this evening at 7.30. A full attendance is requested.

Mr. Perkins, '84, has again temporarily given up his seat in the university on account of ill health.

The university are now rowing about six hundred strokes daily. The run has been lengthened about two miles.

Dr. A. P. Peabody has written an introduction for the American edition of Dr. Jowett's translation of Thucydides.

Prof. William Cook will meet members of German 6 at 4 P. M. today to answer questions on the half year's work.

The class races will occur Thursday, May 10, at 4 P. M. This was the only convenient time that could be found.

Hilton's block is to be enlarged in the spring by an addition on the west side. The small buildings adjoining will be removed.

Rev. Edward H. Hall, pastor of the First Unitarian Church of Cambridge, preaches in Appleton Chapel next Sunday evening on "Prayer."

The date on the window of the class of 1858 at Memorial, attention to which was called recently in the HERALD, has been changed from 410 to 480 B. C.

Snodkins says that there are twenty Greeks in one of Prof. X.'s electives, hence when they meet there are ten tugs-of-war. Harvard is not behind-hand in one branch of athletics.

The Amherst faculty have decided to prohibit participation in inter-collegiate games by students of that college. The rule is not intended to conflict with existing arrangements, however, and will not go into effect until the end of the present academic year.

The Glee Club has received in invitation from the Harvard Club of Chicago to visit that city and sing at the annual reunion of the club, during the spring recess. It is not known yet whether the club will accept. It is rumored that they will also be invited by the Harvard Club of Cincinnati to visit that city at the same time.

Captain Hull of the Yale crew and some of the men have staked out a mile course on Lake Whitney for rowing next spring. It is said to be a long time since a university crew has used that body of water.

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