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Fact and Rumor.


Mr. Aldrich, '85 is in Cambridge.

Sophomore theme VIII is due on Thursday.

There will be a recitation on Iron in Chemistry 1 this week.

The marks in Chemistry I are out. The maximum is 275.

Mr. James Loeb, '88, has been elected a regular editor of the CRIMSON.

The marks in Philosophy 3 are out. The average is about 80 per cent.

There will be no recitations in Greek 15 this half year. Theses will be substituted.

The prayer petition is sent in to-day. There are 903 affirmative names affixed:

Prof. W. T. Harris, a well-known authority on educational matters, visited the college on Friday last.

Mr. T. C. Batchelder will not be a contestant for the general excellence prize in the winter meetings this year.

The annual dinner of the CRIMSON was held last evening at Parker's. A large number of past editors were present.

About sixty members of History 2 have elected History 18 for the last half year in order to make up the whole full course.

The Delta Upsilon annual banquet was held at Young's last evening. There was a large attendance of past members.

A series of colored maps of the United States illustrative of the different presidential elections are being prepared by the students in History 13.

The winter sports of the Union Athletic Club were held yesterday afternoon in Lyceum Hall. A large number of Harvard men were present. Ham and biscuits were provided free of charge.

We have received, through the kindness of Prof. Thompson, a volume of his lectures on "Protection to Home Industry." They comprise the lectures given here last year which proved so interesting, and in this form they have the added value of easy reference.

A bill was introduced to the Ohio Senate, Feb. 18, prohibiting teachers, members of college faculties, State and county superintendents, and members of the State Board of Examiners from using alcoholic and narcotic stimulants,

There were several junior forensics which were not returned at the regular hour yesterday, owing to the illness of Mr. Gates. They will be returned at the library in closed alcove 25 during the consultation hour on Thursday. All juniors are invited to consult with Mr. Gates as soon as possible concerning their subjects.

The next Harvard Union Debate takes place Thursday evening, March 4, 1886. The question is, "Resolved. That the Knights of Labor deserve the support of the working classes." The regular disputants are, affirmative, A. T. Perkins, '87, E. E. Shoemaker, '89; negative, G. F. Davidson, L. S., N. F. Hesseltine, '88.

The statement made by the CRIMSON some time ago that a $4,000 scholarship had been given to Dartmouth on condition that no student who uses tobacco shall receive any of its benefits, is but an example of one of the many scholar ships at that college. It seems that every student who applies for a scholar ship at Dartmouth must sign a pledge not to use tobacco in any form while receiving aid from the college.

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