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Cut in History X. Saturday.
'83 Pi Eta meets at seven this evening.
The college faculty meet today in University 5, at 3.30 P. M.
Messrs. Pickop, True and Clark read essays in Greek 9 on Saturday.
The marks have been given out to Mr. Lutz's sections in Freshman German.
The Gray Law Club of the Law School held its annual dinner at Young's Hotel on Thursday evening.
Young lady in front of Dane Hall: "Is this the Harvard College billiard saloon? What a cosy place!"
The examination in Classical Literature which takes place tomorrow finishes up the spring series for the freshmen.
Prof. Child in his reading tonight concludes Chancer's Prologue to the "Canterbury Tales," Sever 11 at 7.30 P. M.
The Hasty Pudding Club will give their second performance in Philadelphia on Thursday evening, April 5th, instead of in the afternoon.
A selection from Sophocles' "Electra" was given last week at the Boston University. Some of the principal parts were taken by young lady students.
The Union Boat Club has formed an eight composed mostly of old Harvard oarsmen, and propose to challenge the University Crew to a race this spring. The crew formed includes F. Peabody, Jr., '79, Brigham, '79. Bacon, '80, Lee, '80, and other experienced oarsmen.
A long and very interesting article on Phillips Exeter Academy, whose centennial celebration occurs on the 20th of next June, appeared in last Saturday's Boston Journal. The article gives an account of the preparations for the celebration as well as a history of the school from its foundation.
The record of events won by the classes in last Saturday's HERALD should have credited '84 with winning but one event and '85 with three.
Dr. McCosh, president of Princeton College preached in Appleton Chapel last evening to a large audience on the subject of "Love and Law." In closing. Dr. McCosh applied the relations of law and love to the government and discipline at college, which in a manner, he said, occupy the position of the home to its students in its moral as well as educational functions.
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