Fact and Rumor.

Henry IV will be the next play read in English 2.

There will be an examination in German 4 in Sever 37.

The second eleven will play Tufts November 12.

There will be an hour examination Monday in German 4.

Coffin, Wesleyan '89, will umpire the Yale-Princeton game.


The Cadet Minstrels will play one entire week this winter.

Henry M. Stanley will lecture in Boston November 18 and 22.

It is said that the Index will be out on Thanksgiving this year.

There will be an examination in Greek B November 15.

There will be an examination in French 2 on Monday.

The Bicycle Club will soon hold a hare and hounds run.

Blue books for the examination in English A must be in tomorrow.

The first special report in Philosophy 14 is due November 12.

The first swimming contest of the B. A. A. occurs November 13.

Subjects for the next theme in English B must be in by next Tuesday.

After next Monday there will be no more Monday recitations in Geology 4.

Men in French 10 are reading Montaigne's essays under Professor Bocher.

Mr. Lathrop has had over a hundred men running under his direction this fall.

Men in German 5 are expected to read Tristan and Isolde within the next two weeks.

The examination in English 2 will takes place next Wednesday instead of Monday.

The Harvard-Lafayette game scheduled for today at Springfield will not be played.

President J. H. Wright has been elected honorary president of the Classical Club.

Special reports in the four last subjects given in Philosophy 14 are not due until November 19.

Men who wish to join the Bicycle Club should have their applications in before next Thursday.

Squires, captain of the Exeter team, has resigned and Phelan has been elected to fill his position.

Prof. Shaler has the concluding article on "Nature and Man in America" in the November Scribner's.

Wendell Baker, '86, will soon endeavor to make new records for America at 125, 220, 440, 600, and 1,000 yards.

Foot ball in any form has been strictly prohibited by the authorities of the University of Heidelberg, Germany.

The graduate article in the next number of the Harvard Monthly will be by President Eliot on the new Library Reading Room.

Holcomb, the Yale centre-rush, made a bet in his freshman year that he would get on the 'varsity eleven before he finished college, and has succeeded in his last year.

The result of the election of officers for the freshman Glee Club is as follows: President, J. D. Hubbell; Vice-President, P. Wrenn; Secretary, R. B. Beals; Treasurer, J. H. Bell. The leader will be elected later.