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The marks in Greek 5 are posted in Sever 30.

Gen. Walker is lecturing at Yale on Socialism.

There will be an hour examination in Physics C in a few weeks.

Much complaint is made of the chilly atmosphere of the recitation rooms in University.

Sophomore theme IX is due Thursday, March 18. Subject: An Exposition.

Mr. Clymer will meet the juniors and sophomores to-day at 4 o'clock, in Sever 11.

There will be a recitation in Chemistry I this week on Cobalt, Nickel, Platinum, Gold and Silver.

There will be a meeting of the Conference Committee to-morrow at 4 o'clock.

Mr. A. B. Houghton has been elected Kr. of the Hasty Pudding Club in place of Mr. Sanborn, resigned.

The section of English XII, Dexter to Jackson inclusive, will meet Mr. Wendell this afternoon at 3 o'clock in Sever 11.

Tickets for the winter games can be obtained at the Co-operative Society and at Bartlett's.

Dr. Swain will personally supervise the gymnasium work at Tufts for only one month longer.

Some of the communications to the Chapel petition committee have been of a very amusing type.

Next Wednesday evening, the last of the series of senior parties will take place at Armory Hall. Mrs. Richard H. Dana, Mrs. E. C. Pickering, and Mrs. Henry C. Weston are the lady patrons of these parties.

The CRIMSON has received, through the kindness of the President of the Bureau of Immigration of the Kingdom of Hawaii, the Honolulu almanac and directory, containing complete statistical and general information relating to the Hawaiian Islands.

It caused Mr. Depew great surprise to learn that he had been lecturing for the benefit of the Princeton nine, and he is said to have expressed some doubts as to the propriety of such an action in connection with his position as a loyal Yalensian. - Princetonian.

It has been reported that Clement, '88, was obliged to retire before the end of the second round of the feather-weight sparring at the New York Athletic Club last Wednesday night. He sparred all these rounds and was especially praised for his scientific work by the New York papers.

The next debate of the Harvard Union takes place March 4 in Sever 11, at 7.30 p.m. Question: "Resolved that the Knights of Labor deserve the support of the Working Classes." Principal disputants are: affirmative, A. T. Perkins, '87, E. E. Shoemaker, '89; negative, N. F. Hesseltine, '88, G. A. Reisner, '89.

Not content with one really excellent crew, the sophomores have followed the example of the juniors and put a second crew into training. It is rowing as follows: stroke, C. H. Baldwin, 153; 7, E. L. Blossom, 156; 6, E. C. Stowell, 159; 5, C. S. Hervey, 160. This incomplete eight is working into good form, and it is possible that some of its members may be called to seats in the class boat. Altogether, '88 has an excellent chance for a place in the class races this spring. - Record.

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