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Dr. McKenzie will conduct prayers this week.
Charles Dickens will give a reading at Amherst on Jan. 19.
Robt. Corwin, captain of last year's Yale foot-ball team, is at the head of a western grain elevator.
M. Sumichrast will be temporary instructor in French during the rest of Prof. Bocher's absence.
At the Yale gymnasium there is a separate dressing-room for the candidates for the Mott Haven team.
Lecture on Ethics and Culture tonight in Sanders Theatre at 8 p.m. by Prof. Felix Adler, of New York.
There is a petition being circulated at Memorial asking that the quality of the food and service be improved.
Twenty-six Cornell freshmen failed to pass the mid-year examinations and have been advised not to return to college.
The Yale varsity crew will probably contain seven of last year's eight and will row the Cook stroke as was used last June.
The Banjo Club have four engagements for the next three weeks. January 13 they go to Quincy with the Glee Club; Jan. 16, to Rockland; Jan. 21, to Jamaica Plain, at the performance of the Foot-light Club; February 1st, to Sharon.
A new weekly paper called "The University" is published in New York. It is devoted to an impartial review of all college matters and is well arranged and very interesting.
It is said that Cranston, captain of the Exeter foot-ball eleven, will enter Princeton next year. Cook, '89, the former captain of the Princeton eleven will also return to college.
Some verses of H. S. Sanford have been set to music by Benjamin Carpenter and the song which is entitled "Will e'er my love come back to me" has just been published by Oliver Ditson and Co.
Prof. F. J. Child has been elected president of "The American Folk-lore Society," which has for its object the study of folk-lore in general and in particular the collection and publication of the falk-lore of North America.
The award of the Bowdoin prizes for 1887.8 has been posted as follows: Group I. To Edison Leone Whitney, A. B., 1885, a prize of $100 for a dissertation on "The Roman Senate under the Empire;" Group II. No a ward has yet been made in this group. Group III, A. To Francis Demetrius Kalopothakes, senior, a prize of $50 for a dissertation on "The Roman Senate under the Empire." B. To John Henry William Walden, senior, a prize of $50 for a translation into Latin prose. Group IV. To Maxime Bocher, senior, a prize of $50 for a dissertation on "The Meteorological Labors of Dore, Redfield and Espy."
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