The last Life contains another horse chestnut by Gray Parker.
L. L. Hight, '86 has a poem in the last Life.
Philosophy 11 will take up the Labor question next week.
Junior theme IV was returned yesterday.
A college of pharmacy has been established at Buffalo, N. Y.
The Conference Committee will meet this afternoon, at 4 o'clock, in Sever 27.
The current number of Outing has a very interesting article on the history of Lacrosse in America.
The study of modern philosophy will be begun in Philosophy I at the next lecture.
The seniors at Tufts will hold a meeting this week to decide whether they will have class-day exercises.
The last Cambridge Tribune had a long review of Prof. Laughlin's Bimetalism.
Professor Macvane will send out the subjects of theses in History 12 in a few days.
Gilman and Dewey are regularly giving Borland practice as anchor of the '86 tug-of-war team.
Bowen will be unable to anchor the '87 tug-of-war team, and Litchfield will take that position.
Ex-President Wm. S. Clark, of the Massachusetts Agricultural College, died at Amherst yesterday morning.
Rev. Lucius R. Paige, D. D., of Cambridge, the historian, celebrated his eighty-fourth birthday Monday.
SCHEDULE OF MAKE-UP EXAMINATIONSMake-up examination in the following courses will be held at 2 p.m. In Harvard 6. MONDAY. APRIL 8 Chemistry A
EXAMINATIONS TODAY.Greek 8 Sever 37. Latin 2 Sever 37. German 6 U. E. R. French 3 Sever 35. French 4 Sever
Entries for 2nd Winter Meeting.Fence vault. - S. H. Fessenden, '86, C. O. Lander, '86, R. G. Leavitt, '89, E. N. Snyder, '86, L.
EXAMINATIONS TODAY.Semitic 3 Sever 37. German 4 Sever 37. French 7 Sever 37. Philosophy 4 Sever 37. History 2 Mass. 1,3.
Second Winter Meeting.The Second Athletic Meeting in the gymnasium will begin to-day promptly at 2 o'clock. The doors will be open at