Marks are out in Latin B.
The cap and gown outfit to be worn at Yale this year will cost twelve dollars.
The date of the Princeton-Yale freshman game has been changed from Nov. 11 to Nov. 10.
On Tuesday Yale defeated the Crescents 42 to 0; Princeton the Orange Athletic 26 to 0.
There will be an hour examination in Math. D. (advanced section), today in Harvard 5.
The deciding game of the class championship between '93 and '94 will be played tomorrow.
The hour examination in German 1c will be held Thursday, Nov. 10, instead of Nov. 17, as announced in class.
In the account of the class game in yesterday's CRIMSON, Forbes '92, was by mistake put at full-back instead of Greenough '92.
Mr. Chas. E. Stickney, secretary of the National Lawn Tennis Association will have entire charge of the arrangements of the grounds for the Harvard-Yale game.
The contract for building the grandstands for the Harvard-Yale game has been awarded to G. M. Burnham, of Springfield.
Mr. Edward Cummings instructor in Sociology will lecture in the Channing Hall course Nov. 30. on Competition and Co-operation.
There are 30 candidates for the combined Yale freshman crew. The number will be increased considerably when the foot ball season is over.
The Boylston Chemical Club has elected the following officers for the year 1891 92: Pres., Harry F. Brown, Gr.; vice-pres., Frank L. Fullam, '93; sec'y, P. E. Taylor, '92; treas., Howard P. Nash, '93; librarian, E. F. Billing, '93.