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Dr. Hale's reception last evening was very well attended.
The 'varsity foot-ball team go to a training table to-day.
The number of students entering St. Paul's this year is 290.
Season tickets to the foot-ball games are on sale at Leavitt & Peirce's.
Holden, '88 is improving rapidly and is already able to move about.
There are still some sophomore crew cups at Bartlett's. The owners will please call for them.
Rev. C. F. Thwing will lead the Y. M. C. A. meeting this evening.
The printed list of scholarships for 1886-87 has been posted in University.
The Lampoon has issued an interesting and instructive circular, intended for freshmen only.
The fall regatta of the Yale Boat Club took place yesterday at Lake Saltonstall.
Applicants for the beneficiary funds may learn the results by calling at the Bursar's office.
The Harvard. '85 tug-of-war team has challenged the team of the Seventh Regiment of New York.
Mr. Hayes would advise everybody that wishes to take elocution to see him as soon as possible, as the courses are almost made up.
The probabilities are that the plans of undergraduates day in the anniversary celebration in connection with the torchlight procession will be out at the end of the week.
At the senior class meeting night before last, 1200 sandwiches, 12 gallons of coffee and 8 cans of milk disappeared in the course of an intermission of twenty minutes.
Instead of meeting on Friday, 12-1, the freshman class in elocution will meet at the same hour on Tuesday. All students who take the work will bring with them copies of "The Vision of Sir Launfal."
Harvard has not quite lost all her interest in foot-ball, if we may judge from the large number of men who cheerfully paid the entrance fee, in order to witness the Tufts game yesterday.
The last senior class election was the latest held for many years. The balloting was not over until after three in the morning, when the class gathered in the yard and cheered the officers in the order of their election.
A formal invitation to take part in the procession on November sixth has been extended to all the schools of the university. It is probable that representatives from each school will be present, as favorable answers in several cases have already been received.
Harvard, founded in 1638, out dates a majority of the German Universities, as Halle was founded in 1694, Breslau, 1702; Gottingen, 1737; Berlin, 1810; and Bonn, 1815. Heidelberg, the oldest German University, was founded in 1386. - Cam. Chronicle.
The following men met Capt. Vila at his room on Tuesday night, and announced themselves as candidates for the freshman nine: Rublee, Sabine, McLeod. McKean, Mancha, Stedman, Kielty, Washburn, Bates, Hapgood, Kuhn, Chamberlain, Jones, Mumford, Butterworth, Sturgis, J. S. Codman, F. L. Codman, Wheelwright, Bryan, Fullerton, DeLong, Slade, Linn, Lynch, Wardner, Piper, Quinlan and Hart.
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