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The tennis courts are ready for play to day.

It is said that many good athletic men enter with '90.

The first number of the Advocate will appear this afternoon.

Work on the new Divinity Hall Library is progressing rapidly.

The freshman class at Dartmouth this year numbers just 90 men.

Greek 11 will meet on Saturday, October 2 at 11 a.m. in Sever 15.

Mr. Henry Dixon Jones is acting in the company of Lawrence Barrett.

Mr. Henry W. Keyes has been elected captain of the crew for this year.

Mr. W. W. Willard has been elected captain of the nine for the ensuing year.

Copies of the CRIMSON are for sale at Amee's, the Co-operative, and at Memorial.

Mr. Barret Wendell's new novel, "Rankell's Remains," will be published in Boston this winter.

Two crews of Harvard men participated in the annual regatta at Lake George this summer.

The members of the Co-operative Society now number 350 against 319 at the same time last year.

The first lecture in Natural History 2 will be delivered on Saturday at 10 o'clock in the Agassiz Museum.

The class of '90 is the largest on record in Princeton, Rutgers, Lehigh, Cornell, Columbia and Smith.

Prof. Gibbs will meet his class on Friday, Oct. 1st at 10 a.m., Room 24, Jefferson Physical Laboratory.

During October and November there will be a course of six German readings in Heinrich von Kleist and Grillparzer, by Dr. Francke. They will be conducted wholly in German.

All who wish to take a course in History 20 under Dr. Hart, will meet him in 7 Hollis, October 6, at 4 p.m.

Mr. W. P. Garrison published in yesterday's Advertiser a letter on "Harvard Extravagance." It is interesting reading.

Mr. Brooks, captain of the 'varsity eleven, began practice with his men yesterday; a large number appeared on Jarvis as candidates.

The freshman are reminded that at their annual meeting they are to elect two delegates to the Student Anniversary Committee for the 250 Anniversary.

The subscription book of the CRIMSON is in the office of the Co-operative Society in Dane Hall. All who purpose to subscribe will please do so at once.

A large Harvard Club has been founded at Omaha. Mr. W. H. Baldwin, '86, was elected secretary. Mr. C. S. Elgutter, '87 was present at the first meeting and addressed the members.

Students entering college or returning from vacation, are requested to leave their address at the Post Office, (name and number of street, or room, or building) so that their mail can be delivered without delay; otherwise there will be a great deal of confusion.

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