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Remember your blue books.

No examinations on Wednesday.

Tomorrow is the last day of recitations.

An elephant has been named for Oscar.

The lecture today in Chemistry 1 is on "Gold."

Only one more chance for handing in examination books.

A last opportunity is given today to hand in commencement parts.

In the absence of Captain Dean, Crehore is coaching the senior crew.

The fourth number of the Harvard University Bulletin has been issued.

Prof. Allen's last lecture on Classical Philology will be given Feb. 18.

The Harvard gymnasium is closed in the evening. - [Decidedly News.

Is the Advocate sure that it is not 4,500? But that would not rhyme well.

Members of the Hare and Hounds Club at Columbia are competing for a challenge cup.

The third Senior Forensic is due from section 1, Feb. 21; section 2, Feb. 28; section 3, March 7; section 4, March 14.

Men of a musical turn need not again be reminded how little their music is appreciated during the grind for the mid-years.

Lost. - A large gold pencil, somewhere about Boylston Hall. The finder will confer a favor by bringing it to 11 Wadsworth House.

The News, speaking of the danger from fire in the college buildings, says: "We do not want to wake up some morning and find ourselves a charred corpse."

Many of the recitations Monday and Tuesday will be merely opportunities given by the instructors for answering any questions that may be proposed on the half-year's work.

The candidates for pitcher and catcher of the 'Varsity Nine are doing very good work in the gymnasium. They are, for pitcher, Bean and Tucker; for catcher, Nichols and Crocker.

There was a full-dress rehearsal of the Greek play at the Globe last evening. The advance sale of seats has been much larger than was expected.

We will state for the benefit of proctors who are not acquainted with the college regulations, that on Saturdays piano playing is permitted in college buildings between the hours of 1 and 10 P. M.

One hundred thousand dollars has been subscribed for the new Law School professorship, $90,000 of which was given by one man, whose name is not published. Mr. O. W. Holmes, Jr., has been asked to fill the chair.

Mr. Torrey, the assistant in the Qualitative Laboratory, has been in the habit of opening the laboratory on Saturdays, so that the students could work, for the small sum of two dollars an hour; and was becoming rapidly rich, when Dr. Chandler found it out. - [Columbia Spec.

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