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A class-day number of the Lampoon will appear today.
Extra copies of the class song can be obtained at Amee's.
Class photographs are ready and can be obtained at Pach's.
Bean, formerly pitcher of the University nine, is in Cambridge.
Programmes of the exercises today can be obtained at Drury's.
Harvard's next game with Yale occurs on the 26th of this month.
All library books must be returned by students before leaving for the vacation.
The current Manhattan contains an excellent illustrated article on Princeton College.
The Cobden Club medal has been awarded to Mr. T. K. Frothingham of the class of '84.
No Advocate will be left at college rooms today. Subscribers can obtain them at Sever's.
There will be a standing lunch at Memorial in place of dinner this afternoon from 5.30 to 6.30.
The HERALD distributes this morning to subscribers copies of the '83 class song and of the class day programme.
Harvard now holds the college championship in general athletics, tennis and lacrosse; Yale in base-ball and foot-ball.
Graduates who wish to be present at the exercises at the tree must procure tickets from Mr. Jones at Harvard Hall, between 2 and 3 P. M. today.
The Advertiser estimates the distance by which Columbia was defeated in Wednesday's race as twenty-three lengths.
All mail delivered in rooms which remain open class day will be left on the mantels of the rooms, unless other orders are left with the postman.
Essays and examination books in N. H. 2 will be returned and marks announced at University 4, Saturday, June 23, at 10 A. M. E. L. MARK.
Students desiring to re-engage their gymnasium lockers for next year are requested to do so at once. After July 1st lockers will be let to the first applicant.
Those members of the H. P. C. who wish to have rooms in Sever Hall reserved for their guests, must bring their society shingles to No. 1 Grays before nine o'clock.
The class window of the class of '80 is being placed in position on the north side of Memorial. The figure of Virgil is already in position and that of Homer will be in place by commencement day.
The bust of Gen. Bartlett has been moved from its position on the south side of Memorial Hall to the north side. The change is a great improvement, as, in its former position, the head was turned so as almost to face the wall.
In the tennis tournament between the Longwood and Young America clubs yesterday, Dwight (Longwood) defeated C. M. Clark (Young America) by a score of 5-6, 6-3, 6-0, and J. S. Clark (Young America) beat Sears (Longwood) 6-5, 6-4 in the singles. In the doubles, J. S. and C. M. Clark (Young America) defeated Dwight and Sears (Longwood) by a score of 6-3, 6-4, 6-8 and 9-7.
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