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Marks in History 14 are out.

Class day at Brown yesterday.

Rehearsal of the H. P. C. in the old rooms at 11 o'clock this morning.

Today is the last day for handing in one's choice of electives for next year.

The examination for those who missed the mid-year in Political Economy 1. will take place today in U. E. R. at 10 A. M.

Students excused from the April examination in Freshman Classical Lectures will be examined next Tuesday in Sever 29, at 2.15 P. M.

Freshman Physics, annual examination. Maximum section in U. E. R. Minimum sections: Abbot Ennis, in lower Mass. Faulkner-Noyes, in upper Mass. Osgood-Zeller, in Sever 37.

A large crowd assembled at the boat house yesterday afternoon. The crew rowed past the boat house several times and were loudly cheered by the spectators. The launch will not be taken to New London this year, as Professor Agassiz has kindly offered the use of his private launch. George Smyth will run the launch and John Smyth will take charge of the boat house. The crew will leave with their boats at one o'clock this afternoon.

The course in the history of the United States (History 3) for the coming year will begin with a sketch of the formation of the Constitution and will end with the Compromise of 1850. In connection with the political and constitutional history of the country as much attention as time will allow will be given to the following subjects: 1. Authorities, especially the originals. 2. Relations with other American nations. 3. Internal improvements. 4. Administrative Questions, particularly the public lands and the civil service. A synopsis of the course will be given out at the beginning of each half-year.

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