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Themes will be read in Sever 11 this afternoon at two o'clock.
Theme XI., an argument, is due today.
Theses in Philosophy 1 will be due May 15.
The next special report in History 17 is due on May 1.
Princeton's spring recess ended last Tuesday.
Appointments for the oral examination in History 12 have been made.
Mumford '90 played on second base yesterday afternoon.
The Glee club sings at the Boston Athletic club on May 11.
The weekly written exercise in Spanish 1 will be omitted tomorrow.
There will be two hour examinations in Chemistry 3 before the finals.
The Yale museum has received a valuable addition in the shape of a collection of over ten thousand specimens of shells presented by Mrs. Eldridge, of Yarmouthport, Mass.
Stearns, the captain of the Andover nine is pitching in the same fine form as last year.
A picked nine with Hawley and Smith '89 as battery, played against the 'varsity yesterday afternoon.
Dana '88, was out on the track yesterday giving some of the long distance runners practice.
The Hasty Pudding theatricals take place tonight in the club house on Holyoke street.
The second nine will probably play against the 'varsity nine for the first time this afternoon.
Merrill '89, who has run at Mott Haven in late years, is at present practicing broad jumping.
Owing to a mistake of the printer it was stated in yesterday's issue of the CRIMSON that members of German 3 are lecturing on subjects in the course. This applies to members of German 4.
In the tennis tournament Jennings beat Kingsley 3 sets to love; Lee beat Rogers three sets to love: W. L. Kingsley beat White three sets to love; Chase beat Orcutt three sets to two; Jennings beat Stetson three sets to love.
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