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An orchestra of sixteen pieces has been formed at Yale.
The classical Club meets to-night at 20 Prescott street.
Dwight Hall, the new Yale Y. M. C. A. building, was dedicated on Sunday.
Gordon Dexter, '87, and H. P. McKean, Jr., '89, have been elected stewards of the H. A. A.
Finley, the ex-catcher of the Columbia nine, has not been reserved by the New Yorks for next season.
Business hours at the Co-operative are from 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. On Saturdays the doors are closed at 4 p.m.
The following men were elected to the Pudding last evening: G. P. Baker, Cushing, Robbins, Seeley, Zerega and Zinkeisen.
Fifty years ago, a fine of ten dollars was imposed upon every Harvard student who was caught attending any theatre in Boston!
All notices of society meetings and the like, should be left in the box at Leavitt & Pierce's, and not at the Sanctum. All notices must be received before 9 p.m. on the day preceding publication.
The graduates of the Lawrence Scientific School, to the number of two hundred and fifty, will hold a reunion and dinner on November 6. The fiftieth anniversary of the foundation of the Scientific School will occur in 1898.
The next public meeting of the Total Abstinence League will be addressed by Prof. William James, M. D. Subject: "The Physiological Effects of Alcohol."
The following men have been elected members of the Historical Society: A. C. Coolidge, C. F. A. Currier, Keep, Lochman, Schofield, Shattuck, Stedman, Sternbergh.
Mr. Howe, graduate of Norwich University and of the Thayer School of Engineers at Dartmouth, has been appointed Instructor in Engineering in place of Mr. Knapp, resigned.
At the meeting of the Harvard Cricket Association in Holden Chapel last evening, the following officers were elected: President, H. L. Clark, '87; vice-president. C. Bohlen, '88; treasurer, L. McK. Garrison, '88; secretary and manager, W. Ellis, '89; captain, H. P. McKean, '89.
The Pow-Wow law club for this year will be composed as follows: Supreme Court, Davis, '85, Cowles, '85, (Oberlin), Gale, '84, (Yale), Hobbs, '85, Goodale, '85, Trask, '85, Storrow, '85, and W. Williams, '84, (Yale), W. C. Smith, '85; Superior Court, Anderson, '86, (Yale), T. J. Coolidge, '84, Codman, '86. Merriam, '86, R. D. Smith, '86, Hansen, '85, Nutter, '85, Sanford, '85. Messrs. Hobbs and Merriam will act as clerks of their respective courts.
The first meeting of the Harvard Union will be held in Sever 11 at 7.30 this evening. The subject for discussion will be: Resolved, That the best interests of the common wealth demand the election of John F. Andrew as Governor of Massachusetts. The principal disputants are: affirmative, W. L. Currier, '87; T. W. Thayer, '89; negative, C. L. Griffin, '88; French McAfee, Sp.
Austin, '87, and Dana, '88, will be the hares in the run to-day. They will be started from the steps of Matthews at 3.45, and seven minutes later the hounds will start with Webster, '87, as master. The hares will lay a trail for fifty minutes, and then drop their bags and break for the finish at the gymnasium. The hounds will win unless the hares come in fifteen minutes ahead. If the hares win, both get cups; also the first hound; otherwise the two first hounds win cups.
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