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The first year Law School examinations are finished.
Brown defeated the Beacons Saturday by a score of 6 to 5.
There are forty entries for the Union boat club regatta today.
The '84 Signet defeated the '83 Signet at base-ball on Saturday by a score of 24 to 23.
The Columbia crew rowed over the course Saturday with fair time, 24 minutes 25 seconds.
There will be a business meeting of the Pierian Sodality this afternoon at 1.45 in 8 Weld.
'83 and '86 have both entered for the open regatta of the Union Boat Club, which will take place this morning at 11 o'clock.
This year's graduating class at West Point is pronounced by competent critics to be the best drilled body of athletes in the country.
The report that Jones the pitcher of the Yale nine, has been engaged to play during the summer by a professional nine is denied.
The first rehearsal of the senior class song will be this evening at 7 o'clock in Boylston. It is very important that the whole class should be present.
Mr. Wm. Schofield, the commencement speaker from the Law School, has been appointed private secretary to Justice Gray of the U. S. Supreme Court.
A representation of the "Birds" of Aristophanes will be given at Cambridge University, England, before long. The music will be composed by Mr. Hubert Parry.
The engine of Professor Agassiz's steam launch broke down Saturday while following the Harvard crew. The university launch will be sent down at once.
The following are the officers of the Yale Base-ball Club for next year: President, Nathan G. Williams, Jr., '84; vice-president, Clarrence R. Button, '84, S. S. S.; secretary, L. F. Rolimson, '85; treasurer, C. M. Walker, '84.
The Harvard-Columbia race will take place next Wednesday at 10.15 A. M. Mr. Frank G. Brown of New York, and formerly of the Nassau Boat Club, will act as referee.
The first part of an essay entitled "The True Basis for the Science of Mind and Study of Character," by F. A. Hyde, '81, will appear in the July number of the Phrenological Journal.
Johns Hopkins University has already cost between $1,000,000 and $1,500,000. The buildings cost about $400,000, and there are the salaries, the library, laboratories, apparatus, etc. In the past year the salaries, fellowships, etc., have taken nearly $100,000 from the income. The annual receipts are about $225,000, and from this income the expenditures are made.
Rhetoric I., II. Mass. 1, 3.
Rhetoric III. Sever 35.
Rhetoric IV. Sever 37.
Law School examinations, Suretyship.
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