Professor Cook has raised the marks in Freshman German.

There are fifteen men trying for the University cricket team.

A delegation of sophomores visited Wellesley College yesterday.

This month's Atlantic has an article on "College Athletics" by Andrew M. F. Davis.

Rev. F. G. Peabody will conduct week-day morning prayers from April 19 to May 23.


Prof. Cooke is at present in Washington attending the sessions of several scientific societies.

The current Continent contains a poem by Charles F. Lummis, '81, entitled "My Meerschaum."

The annual examination of the maximum sections in Freshman Greek will be confined to the Odyssey.

Mr. Charles H. Moore is intending to publish a set of "Examples for Elementary Practice in Delineation."

Mr. Huntington gave the lecture to the Freshman Chemistry section yesterday in the absence of Prof. Cooke.

Tickets for the Pudding theatricals this evening and tomorrow evening can be bad at 39 Matthews from 12 to 1 today.

The marks were given in History 10 at the recitation yesterday. The rest of the marks will probably be ready on Saturday.

Voluntary recitations are held in Roman Law 2 immediately after the regular recitations, on the work done before the semis.

Mr. Hill, Pach Brothers' special photographer for the interior of rooms, will be in Cambridge again Tuesday morning next. All desiring to have views of their rooms taken will please leave an order for the same at the studio. On Tuesday interior views of rooms in Thayer will be taken.

The laboratory of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is claimed to be the finest in the world.