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The History of Harvard's Commencement, Explained

FACT AND RUMOR.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

Freshman recitations cease today.

Professor Goodwin sails for Europe today.

Yale, '85, vs. Harvard, '85, on Jarvis today at 3 P. M.

Mr. Hough, '81, is at present visiting in Cambridge.

C. B. Penrose, '81, is in Cambridge studying for Ph. D.

The Yale Tennis Association is still less active than ours.

The nine were photographed yesterday just before the game.

The tricycle is said to be fast superseding the bicycle in England.

Notice of choice of electives for next year must be handed in today.

There will be twenty graduates from the Yale Law School this year.

Prof. C. W. Shield, of Princeton, is to have a $50,000 villa at Newport.

The examination in Greek 11, for the omitted semi-annual, takes place June 11.

Judge J. F. Dillon has resigned his professorship in the Columbia Law School.

Rev. A. C. Dixon has been elected president of Wake Forest College, North Carolina.

Election of officers of the Pierian Sodality will be held at 2 P. M. today at 13 Matthews.

The Yale News will not publish its usual supplement next week, owing to "extra duties during annuals."

The complimentary dinner to the Yale freshmen will be given at the Parker House this evening at 7 o'clock.

The free scholarships of Cornell College go a-begging in New York, where no applicants appear for them.

Swathmore will graduate a class of twenty members this summer - the largest class this institution has graduated since its opening.

Commencement at Bowdoin does not occur until July 9. Longfellow memorial services will be held then also.

Tickets for the freshman game today for sale at Bartlett's. It is desired that all who can make it convenient, buy them there.

A member of '85, who will remain in Cambridge during the summer vacation, desires a few private pupils. Address '85, care HERALD.

The annual prize declamation of the Boston Latin School will occur today at ten o'clock, in Music Hall. The doors will be open to the public after 9.50 A. M.

Students desiring to re-engage their lockers at the gymnasium will call and do so at their earliest convenience, as after July 1st they will be let to the first applicants.

Among the workers at the library is Mr. Cohn, a learned rabbi, who, in collaboration with Prof. Toy, is engaged in a complete translation of the Talmud and on a dictionary of the Talmud. The work will require several years, and if completed under the auspices of the university will doubtless bring great credit to it.

FURNITURE especially adapted to cottages, mountain houses, hotels, seaside and summer residences can be bought at manufacturers' prices at PAINE'S, 48 Canal street, Boston.

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