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A. W. Dexter, '93, has left college.
There will be no mid-year examination in Music 2.
It is rumored that the marks will be given out in Geol. IV today.
Work in the gymnasium is compulsory for Yale freshmen this year.
President Dwight of Yale is making a tour through the western cities.
Specimens of the first forensic in English C will be read next Thursday.
The B. A. A. will probably hold an open wrestling tourney in Music Hall during April.
Marks for the last hour examination in Math. D and German C are now out.
W. Little field, '92, has a poem in the January number of the New England Magazine.
Williams College will build a science building with the $100,000 which has recently been left her.
The title of the book to be read outside the class in French 1a must be handed in today.
More than five hundred applications for admission have been received a Wellesley this fall.
On and after January 10 the doors of Sever 11 will be locked in English A at five minutes past the hour.
Charles Adams, brother of Geo. Adams the football coach. coached the sophomore crew yesterday.
Theme VI, The Principles of Descriptive and Narrative Composition, is due next Tuesday in English B.
There will probably be an hour examination in Hist. I, on the reading for December and January before the mid-years.
Harvard graduates in Kansas and Missouri organized the Harvard Alumni Association of the Southwest on Dec. 19th.
Instead of reading Les Derniers Journees de la Revolution Francaise, French 1b will take up Le Cachet Rouge, by Fortier.
Caps and gowns will probably be adopted at Brown for class day. in accordance with the custom set by the last two graduating classes.
Two additional subjects for individual investigation from the satires and epistles of Horace, in Latin 4, are the situation of Horace's Sabine farm and Horace's relations with Augustus.
The January issue of the Quarterly Journal of Economics contains an article by F. L. Olmsted. '90, on the Tobacco Tax. which is the result of work done in Political Economy 20 last year.
The new Yale catalogue, just out, shows a total of 16-45 students in the university, as compared with 1477 last year.
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