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There are still sixty men on the waiting list at Memorial.

The cost of board at Memorial during April was $4.01 a week.

The freshman nine will play Ninety-one this afternoon on Norton's field.

Students of the University of Michigan will give a Latin play at Commencement.

Examinations for second year and final honors in classics will take place on May 10 and 12.

Wednesday's game between Amherst and Tufts resulted in a victory for Amherst by a score of 17 to 11.

The Williams nine won the pennant offered by the New York league club to the college nine making the best score against them.

The next play read in English 2 will be Antony and Cleopatra. If time remains part of Romeo and Juliet will then be read.

The first eight of the O. K. from '91 ard: Cushing, R. B. Hale, Lowell, McCulloch, A. B. Nichols, Stokes, Wendell and Willard.

The spring concert of the Glee and Banjo Clubs, Pierian Sodality and Guitar and Mandolin Clubs will take place Thursday, May 15.

26 men have already signed for the scratch races next Thursday. As the races will be rowed in several heats as many men as possible are urged to sign.

W. J. Corcoran, the well-known athletic trainer, is coaching ten men for places on the Yale Road Bicycle team. He thinks that Yale has the material to make one of the strongest bicycle teams in the country.

Many improvements have been made this spring at the Berkeley Oval. The seating capacity of the grounds has been nearly trebled. The ground north of the running track has been thoroughly drained, so that the track is now probably the fastest in the country.

The use of boats belonging to the Harvard Rowing Club by members who keep on the water for four or five hours at a stretch, while men are waiting at the boat house for a chance to go out, has necessitated a rule restricting the time allowed for use of a boat. The rule restricts use of singles and doubles to an hour and a half, and fours to two hours, and is designed to give all men equal chance at the boats.

The Harvard Union will hold a meeting this evening at 7.30 in Sever 11. The question for debate will be: Resolved, that increased subsidies furnish the best method of improving American shipping interests. The principal disputants assigned for the debate are: affirmative, C. P. Blaney, '90, and P. L. Horne, '92; negative, C. Beardsley, Sp., and M. A. Bartlett, '93. The following questions will be submitted from which choice will be made for the next debate. (1) Resolved, that the resignation of Bismarck is an advantage to Germany. (2) That the McKinley tariff bill should be passed. (3) That candidates for the degree of A. B. should be allowed to substitute a year in a professional school for the senior year in college.

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