The Advocate will be out to-morrow.
There will be an hour examination in Math. F to-day in U. 16.
Deblois, '89, has returned to college after an illness of six weeks.
The Williams nine plays the Philadelphia Athletics to-day.
The final marks in History II, were given out by Mr. Nolen Saturday morning.
Gilbert's "Engaged" will be produced by the Princeton Dramatic Association soon after the Easter recess.
The Banjo Club will play at the dinner of the Cambridge Club, at Young's Hotel, on April 16, and will give a concert at Fall River, on April 25.
Professor Adolphe Cohn has recently written a book entitled "Voltaire's Prose." It is published by D. C. Heath and Co., of New York.
Professor Palmer will conclude his readings from the Odyssey with Book XVIII, which he will read on Wednesday, April 11.
By the kindness of a friend of the vesper services and the Preachers of the University, the student members of the choir were presented each with a ten-dollar gold piece and the boys with a five-dollar piece.
In the recent United States and Russia papers circulated by the unknown lady, Tufts College is deeply implicated.
The Yale nine defeated the University of Pennsylvania nine last Friday in the first game of the season. Yale, 4; U. of P., 2.
Hon. Henry Cabot Lodge will lecture at 8 this evening in Sanders Theatre under the auspices of the Finance Club. His subject will be "The Protective Tariff System."
The Clarendon Press is to issue soon a series of at least ten large maps of properties in Oxfordshire belonging to some of the colleges, and all dating from the beginning of the seventeenth century.
A volume has been issued in memory of Dr. Asa Gray, containing the funeral sermon by Rev. Alexander McKenzie, D. D.; the order of funeral services in Appleton chapel, February 2; the selections from the Bible, read by Francis G. Peabody, D. D.; the hymn sung, and Dr. Peabody's address at the college vesper service.
The second volume of the Henry Irving Shakspere has just been published. It contains the second and third parts of "Henry VI," "The Taming of the Shrew," "Midsummer Night's Dream" and "Richard II." The special feature of this volume is the condensation of "Henry VI" made by Charles Kemble and printed form his M. S., now in Henry Irving's possession. It will soon be for sale at the Co-opeative.