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Marks in Eng. IX will be given out next Friday.
Yale received gifts last year amounting to $343,394.91.
The Psi Upsilon at Brown is to have a new club house.
There will be a make-up examination in History X next week.
The second thesis in Phil. 4 must be handed in before Dec. 21.
Themes in German 3 must hereafter contain at least 300 words.
Clarence Morgan '94, is ill at St. Margaret's Hospital in Boston.
French 2 begins Beaumarchais' "Le Barbier de Seville on Monday."
Mackie '94, and Grant '95, have begun training with the 'varsity crew.
Blue books for the examination in Phil. I must be handed in on Monday.
Monday, in German 2, Professor Francke begins a series of half-hour lectures on Lessing's life.
The members of the Ninth Regiment have formed an athletic association.
101 students have been excused from further examinations in History 1 until the mid-years.
There are now 1000 members of the Harvard Dining Association. The waiting list numbers 30.
Caspar W. Whitney, of Harper's Weekly, was recently burned in effigy at Cornell, on account of his foot ball criticisms.
George D. Pratt '93 has been elected captain of the Amherst eleven. He is a brother of C. M. Pratt '79 and F. B. Pratt '81 who presanted the college with the Pratt gymnasium, and the Pratt athletic field respectively.
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