Tickets for the winter meetings will be on sale this week; they are not yet on sale at Sever's or Bartlett's as was stated in Sunday's Herald.
For members of Chemistry 1: "The 343d meeting of the Society of Arts will be held at the Institute on Thursday, Feb. 11, at 7 p.m. Mr. A. H. Cowles of Cleveland, O., will read a paper on "The Cowles Electric Furnace and the Production of Aluminum and its Alloys."
The Athletic Club will hold a "gentlemen's indoor meeting" in the gymnasium on Saturday, February 13th. The following events will be contested, for which entries are now open: Sparring; feather-weight (under 128 pounds), light-weight (under 140 pounds), middle-weight (under 160 pounds), and heavy-weight, (over 160 pounds); wrestling, feather, light, middle, and heavy-weights, same limits; and fencing. - Tech.
Bicycle riders are bound to have all the danger that can possibly be attached to their machines. Not long ago somebody invented a steam engine to be placed just above the small wheel and now another genius comes forward with a mainsail attached. When we finally get a full-rigged bicycle, with its steam engine, spinnaker and all the other appliances suggested or invented we shall have a new means of suicide which cannot fail to become popular. - N. Y. Telegram.
The wild, wild West: "The girls would enjoy coasting more if Yearsley would fix a place for their feet on his sled.
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Griff danced eleven times with the same girl at one ball when he was home.
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Dunn's girl says the Courier sizes him about right.
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Crowell kissed the Bethany girl goodbye 'before a thousand people.'" - Kansas University Courier.
The Tech. urges their tug-of-war team to brace this year and beat Harvard.