Law School examination today, Civil Procedure.
There will be no examinations today except in the Law School.
The freshman nine will play the university nine this afternoon on Jarvis.
One of the professors at Princeton has offered a medal to the best batter on the nine.
The Brown class races on the Seekonk river resulted in a victory for the sophomores.
A subscription paper is again being passed around for the benefit of the freshman crew.
The chapel choir next year will be assisted by a chorus of boys taking the alto and soprano parts.
Prof. J. M. Pierce finished giving a syllabus to his section in Maximum Mathematics yesterday afternoon.
The Yale nine up to date has a fielding average of .895 and a batting average of .244 for singles and .290 for totals.
Several freshman instructors dismissed their sections yesterday before the end of the hour on account of the rain.
Half the price of board will be charged to all who sign for club tables from September 26th until their return to Memorial.
The arrangement of annuals make it practicable for a large number of freshmen to attend the Harvard game on Saturday. - [News.
The chapel choir will probably repeat by request Saturday morning Eichberg's "To Thee, My Country," sung by it on Decoration Day.
Yale defeated the nine of St. John's College, New York, on Tuesday last by a score of 8 to 4. But one hit was made by St. John's nine.
H. A. Taylor, '86, and J. S. Clarke, '83, will represent Harvard in the intercollegiate tournament at Hartford today in both the singles and doubles.
Mr. Hodgkins, the commencement orator of the class of '82 of the Law School, is now in Maine, engaged in making a compilation of the State Statutes.
The freshman nine defeated the university nine yesterday afternoon in a seven inning game, by a score of five to two. Allen, Nichols and Smith played with the freshmen.
The secretary of the Tennis Association will freely supply all members with the Ayres regulation ball at 40 cents each, or $4.80 per dozen. This is the lowest rate at which these balls can be obtained.
Edmund L. Cushing, one of New Hampshire's ablest lawyers, and formerly judge of the Supreme Court, died at Charlestown Sunday. He graduated at Harvard and was admitted to the bar in 1835, and was a member of the legislature from 1850 to 1853.