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Hansen has begun rowing with the senior crew.
The University crew used the slides for the first time yesterday.
The senior class will probably be canvassed this week for heliotype albums.
It is proposed at Brown to make a suitable cage for the nine to practice in under Sayles Memorial.
We regret to notice the death of A. M. Eawkins, '84 who died on Saturday of Typhoidal Pneumonia.
Harris has stopped rowing with the university crew, and is now rowing with the '86 crew
Candidates for the nine run slowly a few laps on the track, and then run two laps fast as if running the bases.
Rolfe, the new candidate for coxswain of the '85 crew, weighs 115 pounds, but can train down a few pounds.
The following officials were elected by the Everett Athenaeum for the second half year. President, C. S. Elgutter, Vice-President, H. G. Hale ; Treasurer, W. L. Boyden ; Secretary, T. C. Craig ; Editors, H. E. Peabody, B. S. Tarr, G. P. Kaspp ; Standing Committee, A. T. Dudiey, W. B. Howe, F. H. Stanyan.
The president of Columbia college says that five minutes is long enough time to wait for a tardy prof, before a bolt is indulged in.
The gentleman who took by mistake the wrong hat from Memorial Hall, last Thursday, may effect an exchange by applying to the auditor.
Princeton College has withdrawn from the rowing association. It would appear that Princeton is going to waste valuable time in study.-Ex.
The coasting on Wright's hill, Brookline, is excellent, and many Harvard men have been over to enjoy the sport during the last week and a half.
Professor Shaler, who goes to Philadelphia next week in his capacity as Mint Commissioner, will have his place in N. H. 4 supplied by Mr. Davis.
The subscriptions thus far received by the tennis association for the provision of new courts, gives promise that the necessary one thousand dollars will soon be raised.
The Herald of Saturday devoted three columns to a detailed account of Dr. Taussig's lecture on the tariff, delivered before the Mass. Tariff Reform Association last Friday.
The Cornell crew and nine in training have the advantage of a very elaborate and useful series of regulations about diet and conduct prepared by Dr. Hitchcock for their especial benefit.
Last Wednesday was the seventh anniversary of the founding of our esteemed contemporary, the Yale News, which issued with the morning paper, a copy of the first sheet published. It is gratifying to see some verses from the Harvard Advocate in this virgin sheet of Yale.
The inmates of the middle entry of Thayer who rushed out of their rooms at half past eleven o'clock last Friday night with the thought that a tragedy was occurring in the entry, were disappointed. They found only the remains of a large common cracker which some gentleman with a keen sense of humor had exploded on the third landing.
Mr. N. C. Nash, '84, ran up a clean score of 10 consecutive bulls eyes, 200 yards, off hand, at Walnut Hill last Saturday. This is a remarkable performance, only right men in America holding this record.
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