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The Christmas number of the Advocate which is out to-day, is by far the best number of the year.
The cups to be awarded by the Shooting Club are now on exhibition at Leavitt & Pierce's.
There will be an examination in History 13, Monday, for those who have not handed in their special reports.
All who omitted to bring their blue books for the examination in Pol. Econ. 4 last Wednesday must do so to-day.
The freshman class at Harvard pays $4,000 for its boat crew, $11,000 for foot-ball and $9,000 for base-ball, - Wisconsin. Aegis And $14,000 for lacrosse.
It is announced from official sources that the Library is within a short time to be lighted with electricity and kept open in the evening till ten o'clock.
In spite of the storm the attendance at the Vesper service yesterday was almost as large as usual. The following selections were sung: "How Beautiful upon the Mountains," by R. A. Smith; "The King of Love My Shepherd Is," by Shelley; "O God, Who Hast Prepared," by A. R. Gaul. Number three was substituted for a solo by Mr. Langmaid, who was unable to be present.
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