Vespers this afternoon at 5 o'clock.
The marks in English 2 are out.
Sixty-three men have signed for the junior dinner.
Deblois. '89, is very sick with scarlet fever, and is in one of the Boston hospitals.
The Yale crew go to a training table to-day.
There is very good skating on Fresh Pond.
The mid-year marks in Philosophy 2 will not be given out this year.
The Guitar Club has chosen old-gold and olive as its colors.
Williams tried in vain to secure Madden, Boston's pitcher, as a coach for its nine.
Herrick, '90, last year's stroke, has returned to college from his Western trip.
A trip of two professional base-ball clubs to England next fall is in contemplation.
There are fifty-four entries in the 50-yards dash in the winter games which take place to-morrow at Yale.
John Smyth, the former head of the boat house, has set up in business for himself as a practical rigger and instructor in rowing.
Denver, Col., is to have a college for women, modelled after Vassar.
Mr. M. A. DeWolfe Howe has been elected an honorary member of the O. K.