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There will be no lecture in Chemistry I this noon.
Class exercises at Tufts' will be held on June 2d.
There will be a lecture in Fine Arts V on Saturday, May 22.
A gun club has recently been started at Princeton, and bids fair to be successful.
The corrected sophomore themes must all be handed back within the next two weeks.
The recess of two weeks usually given to Seniors of Amherst during May and known as "Senior Vacation," has been abolished by the faculty.
The celebrated statue of Hariet Martinot by Miss Whitney, which has for the past two years been in the Old South Church, has been presented to Wellesley college.
The annual dinner of the CRIMSON will be held on the evening of June 1st. All present and past editors of the paper are requested to sign the list in the sanctum.
The following officers of the Hasty Pudding Club were elected last night: president, C. C. Whitman, '86; vice-president, F. S. Coolidge, '87; secretary, R. F. Fiske, '87; Kr., J. S. Whistler, '87; treas, W. Endicott, 3rd, '87; librarian, J. L. Snelling, '87; chorister, F. C. de Veau, '87.
The 'varsity lacrosse team played Stevens Institute yesterday at New York. Harvard, 4; Stevens, 0. The goals were thrown for Harvard by Hood, Blodgett, Davidson and Griffing.
The batting average of the CRIMSON nine in the series just completed is, as a team, .353 for a total of .583. The batting average of its opponents m the same series is .250 for a total of .271.
The catcher of the '89 Brown nine is no new man to our upperclassmen. It seems that as a special student he has played on the Brown freshman nine since 1883. He is now regularly in the class of '89.
The CRIMSON has just received the new Harvard University Bulletin. The official notes from the records of the Corporation and the Overseers, are of unusual interest from the number of important actions which have been taken of late.
Our cricket team was defeated by the Longwoods yesterday afternoon, by a score of 82 runs to 57. The feature of the game was the remarkably fine fielding of the Harvard eleven. They lost the game only through their inferior batting. McKean, Quinby and King did the best batting, and McKean the best bowling. King's wicket keeping was excellent.
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