The January number of the University Bulletin will be issued next week.

Professor Allen will lecture on the "History and Methods of Classical Study" at 11 A. M. in Sever 18.

A part of last evening's entertainment at the meeting of the Everett Athenaeum was a laughable farce.

Members of Greek 1 are allowed to substitute a thesis on the year's work for a part of the mid-year paper.

The books in the recent hour examination in Greek 3, will not be returned until shortly before the mid-year's.

On Monday, the section in Philosophy II. will finish the two volumes of "Taine on Intelligence."

Thirty-seven University students at Moscow have been arrested by the government authorities for supposed participation in nihilistic plots.

A "Psychological" drama by the professor of French at Ann Arbor, entitled "A Social Bargain," is shortly to be put upon the New York stage.

The Alps have twice been crossed by English bicyclists. An exchange thinks, however, that the feat of scaling Mt. Blanc is reserved for us.

Members of the class of '29, held a reunion Thursday evening at the Parker House. Among those present were Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes, and Rev. James Freeman Clarke.

The nominations made by Speaker Carlisle for the positions of regents of the Smithsonian Institute include the president of West Virginia University and one of the fellows of Yale College.

The Director of the Botanic Garden declares that new greenhouses must be built, as the old ones are in such a state of dilapidation as to be actually in danger of falling in ruins.

Mr. Dike, '86, has been elected an editor of the Lampoon.

The skating on Jarvis Field is enjoyed by the small boys of Cambridge

The optional course in political economy, at Yale, has been elected by a large number of students.

In an item in Wednesday's issue, Matthew Arnold was mentioned as being a Professor of Cambridge. It should have read at Oxford.