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The Glee Club gave a yard concert Monday night, assisted by Carpenter, '88, and Honore, '88.

Of the six seniors on the Phillips-Exeter eleven, two will enter Harvard next year.

There will be an oral examination in History XII, on the work as far as Saturday, Nov. 3.

The Harvard Dining Association will elect four directors on Thursday evening, Oct. 25.

The annual Andover-Exeter football game will be played this year at Andover on November 10.

The manager of the freshman eleven has arranged an additional game, to be played with Groton Academy, Nov. 7.

Morse of Exeter, who made one of the touchdowns against the Harvard team last week, expects to enter Yale next year.

The Tech. men threaten to push the Harvard men out of their position in the torchlight parade next week. The former are jealous because the latter have been assigned a place in line very near the head of the procession. If the Harvard contingent is as large as it is expected to be, the Tech men will undoubtedly lose their courage before the night of the parade.

The Sumner Guards of Yale have been invited to attend a Cleveland-Thurman demonstration in Hartford next week.

The next Conference meeting in N. H. 16 will be held on Thursday evening, Oct. 25, at 8 o'clock, in room 2 of the Zoological Museum.

The following rooms are unoccupied and may be obtained at the bursar's office: 65 Thayer, 53 Matthews, 11 College House, 14 Divinity.

Messrs. W. H. Thayer, '89, S. McLeod, '90, and J. A. Stetson, '91, have been elected members of the Chess and Whist Club.

The tennis tournament between Andover and Exeter was, on Saturday, again postponed. It is now definitely settled to take place this afternoon at Andover.

Owing to a misunderstanding, it was stated in yesterday's issue that there would be a charge for admission to M. Coquelin's lecture next Tuesday. The tickets are to be free and may be had any afternoon now from 4 to 6 p. m. at Grays 39.

At the grounds of the Berkeley Athletic Club on Saturday, A. F. Copeland, of the Manhattan Athletic Club, broke the records for the 75, 100 and 120 yards, over 2 1-2 feet hurdles, by running the distan esin 9, 12 4-5, and 14 3-5 seconds, respectively.

Mr. C. H. Moore will deliver a course of lectures in the Lowell Institute series on the Origin and Character of Gothic Architecture. The lectures will be illustrated by the stereopticon and their subjects will be as follows:

Definition of Gothic.

Early Gothic Development.

Gothic Architecture in France.

Pointed Architecture in England.

Pointed Architecture in Germany, Italy and Spain.

Gothic Profiles.

Gothic Sculpture.

Sculpture of the Gothic Period in England and other Countries.

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