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Woods, '90, has returned to college.

First winter meeting in the gymnasium at 2 p. m.

The Advocate will be out this morning.

The special report in History 13 is due to-day.

Sherrill and Harmar of Yale have joined the New York Athletic Club.

Work will soon be begun on the University of Pennsylvania's new library.

A gold medal, costing $100, is the prize offered in the senior oratorical contest at Cornell.

The Williams College alumni had their annual dinner at the Brunswick in New York, Thursday evening.

First winter meeting this afternoon in the gymnasium at 2 o'clock. Doors open at 1 o'clock.

The date of the Freshman Glee and Banjo Clubs in Cambridge has been fixed for April 24th.

Saturday, March 31, is the last day for re-engaging college rooms for 1888-89.

Professor A. S. Hill will lecture to freshmen this morning at 9 o'clock in Sever 11. The subject of the lecture will be "Samuel Johnson."

The following men constitute the '89 board of editors for the Amherst Lit.: Churchill, Derr, Moorehead, Thompson, Wilcox and Woodbridge.

The Summer School of Languages at Amherst College will begin July 2nd and continue five weeks.

C. F. Adams 2d is unable to row this year, but is acting as coach to the '88 crew.

Members of N. H. 4a are requested to attend Prof. Davis's lecture on Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock.

The circulars on "Russia and America" are again being circulated by the unknown lady.

Rev. George A. Gordon will conduct service at Appleton Chapel to-morrow evening.

The singles in the American championship tennis tournament will be played at Newport, and the doubles at Orange, N. J.

Prof. G. L. Goodale's lecture before the Lowell Institute this evening will be on "The Distribution of Forests." It is the sixth of his course on "Forests and Forest Products."

Rev. John G. Brooks, of Brockton, will lecture on Monday evening, under the auspices of the Finance Club, on the following subject: "The Tariff from the standpoint of the laborer; an object lesson in tariff reform."

Following is the program for the symphony concerts this week in Music Hall: J. Brahms, Symphony in F, No. 3; J. Gluck, Aria (Armide), Fr. Lehmann; A. Krug, Symphonic Prologue to Shakspere's Othello; L. v. Beethoven, Aria (Fidelio), Herr Kalisch; R. Wagner, Vorspiel and Liebestod (Tristan and Isolde); sophrano, Fr. Lehmann. The soloists will be Fr. Lilli Kalisch-Lehmann and Herr Paul Kalisch.

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