Four members of last year's nine at Brown will not play this year. Woodcock, their famous pitcher, is one of them.
Professor Cooke will give a review of his lectures in Chemistry A next Thursday at 12 o'clock.
The Maine college league in base ball will be made up of three teams this year instead of two, Colby, Bowdoin and Bates.
In French la "Les Trois Monsquetaires" and "Mademoiselle de la Seigliere" are supposed to be read before mid-years.
W. W. Caswell '95, is ill with scarlet fever. Most of the men in his entry have left the building.
Forty-seven men have already signed the blue book at the gymnasium for joining a regular gymnasium class.
Dr. Lyman Abbott's fourth lecture on "The Evolution of Chemistry" in the Lowell Institute course will be delivered this evening.
54 men have begun training at Princeton for the university athletic team. They are divided into two squads and are doing an hour's work each day under Trainer McMaster.
Among the great teachers of the university extension occur the name of John Ruskin, Dante Rossetti, F. J. Furnival, Professor F. Maurice and Thomas Hughes.
Dr. Henry 1. Bowditch '28, has died. Dr. Bowditch graduated from the Medical School in 1832, and held the Jackson professorship of clinical medicine there from 1859 to 1867.
The annual dance of the Hasty Pudding Club was held at the club house last night. The matrons were Mrs. Arthur Armory, Mrs. Arthur Hunnewell and Mrs. George Putnam. The committee were J. H. Hunt '92, J. Codman '92 and G. Lowell '92.