Lampoon out today.

There will be a cut in Greek I. this morning.

Marks will be given out in History 12 today.

The spring recess at Brown closed yesterday.

The blanks for the senior class lives are being sent around.


The next issue of the HERALD will appear Wednesday, April 11th.

The office of the Co-operative Society will be open for the rest of this week.

Recitations for the three upper classes close May 30; for the freshman class June 9.

Found in Gymnasium, a large gold ring, with setting. Owner can get by calling at 9 Weld.

Prof. Child has been prevented from meeting his classes for the past few days on account of illness.

The list of rooms for which application can be made will be ready at the bursar's office Wednesday.

Mr. C. P. Perin, '83, has returned from Hayti and will commence rowing with his class crew in a few days.

Harvard's two best tennis players, says the Gazette, will go abroad this summer to compete in some of the English tournaments.

The floats in front of the boat house have been put in position, and a new flooring has been put over the floats.

The Sloane laboratory building at Yale will be ready for use this fall. The structure has a front of 90 feet and a depth of 102 feet.