Dr. Brooks will conduct prayers until March 5th.
The Technology winter sports will be held next Saturday.
Swimming is one of the electives at Lasell Seminary, Auburndale.
The CRIMSON composing room has been removed to Whitney's Block, over D. Brewer's market, Brattle street.
There were thirty-nine candidates this year for the Halcyon crew and thirty-eight for the Shattuck, at St. Paul's.
Students in English A will be expected to read thirty chapters in Fielding's "Tom Jones" before the lecture of March 9.
The third annual convention of the New. England Intercollegiate Press Association was held at Young's, Friday afternoon. Twenty-seven college papers were represented.
There will be an important meeting of the CRIMSON board today at 1.30.
The cost of board at Memorial during the months of December and January was $3.95 per week.
In the annual report of President Dwight, of Yale, he presents with great energy the need of more land in the vicinity of the college.
Professor and Mrs. J. P. Cooke will leave Cambridge shortly for a trip to the Bermudas, which is undertaken for the benefit of Professor Cooke's health.
Wesleyan students while celebrating Washington's birthday destroyed a part of two dormitories and severely injured a freshman by exploding dynamite cartridges.
At a meeting of the Fencing Club, held Friday evening, Goodwin, '89, resigned the secretaryship and S. Dexter, '90, was elected to the position. R. H. Post, '91, was elected a member of the executive committee.
In the whist tournament, R. S. Hale and J. A. Stetson defeated R. C. Harrison and P. J. Harrison; F. S. Rogers and P. Y. De Normandie defeated P. K. Brown and E. A. Darling; P. K. Brown and E. A. Darling defeated K. Brown and W. W. Mulford, and O. Everett and F. W. Burlingham defeated P. K. Brown and E. A. Darling.
The Shattuck crew at St. Paul's has ordered a new four-oared gig for the second crew. It is being built by Blakey and will be finished by April first. The dimensions of the new boat will be similar to those of the second crew gig owned by the Halcyons, and it is to be fitted out with all the latest improvements in the way of oarlocks, slides, etc.
More than half the money necessary to build Yale's proposed new gymnasium has already been subscribed. At the last meeting of the committee of the alumni, held in New York, Wednesday, the general plans prepared for the new gymnasium were approved. Slight changes necessary for the accommodation of a rowing tank were made, but in the main Professor Richard's designs will be strictly carried out. President Dwight, in behalf of the corporation, has promised a suitable side for the building near the college square.