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Groups today: At 1.30 P. M., Natural History Society (steps of Boylston); 3.30 P. M., Pierian Sodality (back of Sanders Theatre).
Pierian and Glee Club concert this evening.
Entries close for the inter-collegiate games tomorrow.
Today's lecture in N. H. 5 has been postponed until Monday at 2 P. M.
Williams defeated Dartmouth at base-ball on Wednesday by a score of 9 to 5.
Rev. D. G. Lyon will conduct weekday morning prayers from May 24 to June 21.
Messrs. J. Marquand, '85, and H. A. Taylor, '86, have been elected editors of the HERALD.
The nine play a championship game with Princeton today, and an exhibition game tomorrow.
Dr. Channing will give the Monday lectures in History 15, on the "History of Modern Treaties," next year.
The Harvard delegation was not a very large one last Saturday. Is it "Harvard indifference?" - [News.
Hanlan has named as referee in the coming Hanlan-Kennedy race, Mr. R. C. Watson, the well known Harvard coach.
Prof. Cooke will give to the freshman class an extra lecture in Chemistry at noon, May 26, reviewing the required work of the course.
Prof. Cook advises those students who wish information concerning their elective courses to consult students who have taken the courses.
After the recent defeat of the Bowdoin nine at Williams one of the Bowdoin men was overheard to remark at the depot, while waiting for the train, "If there's a nine anywhere in Massachusetts that we can beat, I'll give some one five dollars to trot them out." - [Ex.
Princeton College has just received a gift of $60,000 as an endowment for a new School of Art.
President White of Cornell recently declined an appointment by Gov. Cleveland as civil service commissioner, on account of pressing studies.
The nine will play at Princeton today as follows: Allen, p.; Nichols, c.; Smith, 1b.; Coolidge, 2b.; Beaman, 3b.; Baker, s.s.; LeMoyne, l.f.; Crocker, c.f.; Lovering, r.f.
The Columbia-Yale lacrosse match did not come off Wednesday as expected, Columbia telegraphing that the result would be a foregone conclusion, and desiring to forfeit the game.
Men who have signed to go to New Haven tomorrow with the freshman nine are requested to pay for their tickets at Bartlett's today at 11 o'clock, as the manager of the nine must advance the money at the railroad office before procuring the tickets.
President Bartlett is reported as saying that the graduation of Daniel Webster at Dartmouth, was one of the worst things that ever happened to the college, because every student of low standing referred to him as one of his kind who afterward rose to eminence.
The cricket team leaves next Wednesday night by the Fall River line for New York. The first game will be played in that city with the Columbia College men on Thursday, and on Friday and Saturday games will be played with the University of Pennsylvania at Philadelphia.
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