The marks below B in History 11 are out.
The members of the Co-operative now number 1241.
There are now forty men on the waiting list at Memorial.
Subjects for theses in Geology 8 are posted in lecture room.
There will be an examination in Logic in Phil. I about Dec. 12.
Dr. Sargent is examining the boys of Brown and Nichols School.
Pneumatic shoes are the latest invention for speed on the cinder path.
Blue books must be handed in today in Mr. Marsh's section of Spanish 1.
The next hare and hounds run will take place tomorrow if the weather is favorable.
Marks in the recent History I hour examination will not be announced until the mid-years.
Henshaw, once captain of the 'varsity, is at Hot Springs recovering from a stroke of paralysis.
The course in the Columbia School of Medicine and Surgery has been lengthened to four years.
Six of the freshman foot ball players will soon begin training as candidates for the freshman crew.
Members of German +++la must read Gerstackers Germelshausen outside of the class before Dec. 10.
Professor Hart delivers his ninth lecture on American Political History before the Boston school teachers today.