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C. F. Adams 3rd '88 coached the junior crew yesterday.

The 'varsity crew went to the training table Saturday last.

The marks in the hour examination in Latin 6 were announced yesterday.

Collier Cobb instructor in Natural History has been ill for some time.

F. B. Winthrop '91 was tried at bow on the 'varsity yesterday afternoon.

The 'varsity base ball candidates played a practice game on Jarvis yesterday.

The famous Atalanta crew will be made up this year the same as last. The crew is a very light one, averaging less than 150 pounds.

The candidates of the freshman nine will probably be reduced today to fifteen.

A janitor has been engaged for the Weld Boat house; and the boat house will be open to members Wednesday, April 9. The charge for keeping private boats will be $3 for a boat and $2 for a canoe. The secretary's office hour for today will be from 10 to 11 a. m. in stead of from 9 to 10.

During the Easter recess the Bursar's office will be open every day; the Secretary's office and the library every day except Fast Day, April 3; the gymnasium will be open except during the evenings and Fast Day; the Chemistry 3 laboratory, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday but the storeroom will be closed; there will be no exercises at Appleton Chapel.

At the Yale-Harvard meeting in New York on Saturday the men present were Messrs. Adee (the chariman), Camp, Jackson, Walcott, Hamill, Sheldon and Gill from Yale, and Messrs. Ames, Cumnock, Linn, Herrick, Winslow, Goodwin and Hunt (the secretary of the meeting), from Harvard. The propositions will be discussed at Yale at a mass meeting on the 12th of April.

Secretary Tucker of the Boston Athletic Association has sent a communication to the Harvard Athletic Association stating that members of the H. A. A. may obtain balcony seats for the A. A. U. championship games to be held at Mechanics Hall, April 12, by presenting their membership tickets at Thayer's ticket agency, Parker House before April 7. The price of seats will be $1.00 each. There will be no reserved balcony seats for the preliminary trials which will take place on the afternoon of April 12, at 2 p. m.

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