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There was skating yesterday on the Glacialis.

The outline in History XIII will probably be ready today.

There will be an hour examination in N. H. 4, on the Friday before Christmas.

M. Coquelin has repeated at the University of Pennsylvania, his lecture on "L' Art du Comedien.

The tennis tournament at Cornell was finished this week. Jackson and Crouch won the doubles.

The University of Michigan chapter of the D. K. E. is building a handsome stone lodge at Ann Arbor.

Amherst this year is to have a vacation of four days at Thanksgiving, and three weeks at Christmas.

Rev. Henry J. VanDyke, D. D, of New York city, will preach at Appleton Chapel to-morrow evening.

Mr. L. H. Morgan gave a reception Thursday evening to old members of St. Mark's School now in college.

An amended copy of the regulations will be distributed the first of next week. It will be of especial interest to freshmen.

There will be an hour examination in German 3 on Monday. Nov. 26.

The Harvard Amateurs played the Noble's eleven Thursday afternoon on Cambridge Common, defeating them by a score of 20 to 11.

Mr. Hayes, instructor in elocution, will not be able to meet his classes until after January 1. Men who are in his courses are advised to change.

The Boylston medical society met yesterday afternoon. E. H. Nichols, M. D., read an essay on the "Diagnosis of Blood Stains in Criminal Cases."

At a recent meeting of the Harvard Club of New York resolutions were drawn up condemning the action of the athletic committee in refusing to permit the eleven to play Yale in New York on Thanksgiving day.

The programme for the Symphony concert tonight will be as follows: Fr. Schubert. Overture in E minor (first time in Boston). Max Bruch. Fantasie for violin, op. 46 (first time in Boston) Soloist, Mr. C. M. Loeffier. Cam. SaintSaens. Symphonic Poem, "Le Rouet d' Omphale." Brahms. Symphony No. 2 in D., op. 73.

The sixty-first annual convention of the Delta Phi Fraternity began in New York Thursday. Delegates from the following colleges were present: Lehigh University, Union College, Brown University, New York University, Columbia College, Rutger's College, Harvard University, University of Pennsylvania, Troy Polytechnic Institute, Boston University, and John Hopkins. The sessions will continue through Saturday.

On Thursday afternoon at the Slater Memorial Museum at the Norwich Free Academy, Norwich, Conn., Professor Charles Eliot Norton delivered the opening address, and among the audience were many distinguished persons, including President Eliot, of Harvard, Professors Peck and Seymour, of Yale, E. W. Hooper, treasurer of Harvard University, President Gilman, of Johns Hopkins University, Professor W. R. Ware, of Columbia, and Professor Perrin and President Helen Shafer, of Welleseley.

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