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The Glee Club and Pierian Sodality meditate a trip to New York.

The members of freshmen training for the crew is only 21.

The Yale team beat the Crescents of Brooklyn, Tuesday, by a score of 70 to 0.

The rowing machines are being put in order and will be ready for use about the last of this week.

The average attendance at week-day morning prayers for the past ten days has been 160.

If the expectations of the publishers are realized, the Index will be out by Thanksgiving Day.

The condition of Finley's ear still prevents him from engaging in active practice.

Mr. E. J. Ferris, the instructor in sparring, has given up his room at the gymnasium and will now receive his pupils at 7 Brattle street.

President Seelye, of Amherst College, made a few remarks to the students in Philosophy 2 yesterday morning.

Amherst has refused to play Williams at foot-ball. The Williams Weekly gives as a reason of Amherst's refusal, her fear of certain defeat.

The Young Men's Christian Association held a meeting on Tuesday evening to discuss methods for uplifting the poor in Boston. Professor F. G. Peabody made some remarks on the subject.

Graves, who has been playing halfback on the Yale 'Varsity, and who was so badly injured last week, will not be able to play for a week.

Burnett, '86, Medical School, played end rush in the practice on Tuesday. A brother of his is at present playing on the freshman team.

A great many New England educators are at present guests of the professors. They are here to attend the meeting of the N. E. College Association.

The recent visit of Professor Drummond to Harvard University has aroused a general religions interset. As an outcome, it has been decided to hold student conference meetings at intervals during the winter. The assemblies will be informal and devoted to a practical discussion of the problems of college life. The first meeting will occur in Holden Chapel next Tuesday evening and will be conducted by Rev. Phillips Brooks.- Post.

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