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Mr. Gordon will conduct prayers until the spring recess.
Gill has begun to train with the Yale crew.
There will be an hour examination in English A before the spring recess.
Mr. Gordon will be at Wadsworth House every week day from 9 to 10.
W. A. Brooks, '87, will coach the '90 crew on the river.
The number of men training with the various crews is 58.
Williams, '91, is at present rowing No. 2 in the first freshman crew.
Some delay in getting the crews on the water may be caused by the accession of a new boat-house keeper.
Hutchinson, '90, has left his class crew and is with the 'varsity candidates.
Semitic reading this evening at 7 Lowell street. Mr. Jewett will speak on "Moslem Art in Syria."
Five Yale students were arrested last week for snowballing the New Haven policemen.
More than 25 volumes and pamphlets relating to Amherst College and its history have been published during the last twenty years.
Little Joseph Hofman will sail for Europe March 28 in the steamer Saale. Manager Abbey has not decided what action he will take in the suit against the boy's father for breach of contract.
Professor Richard T. Ely, of Johns Hopkins University, is soon to publish a book on taxation in American states and cities.
In a prize debate at Princeton between men chosen from each of the four classes, the freshman representative was successful.
An effort is being made to have the class races a week earlier this year, thereby not crowding so many events into the middle of May.
At the next meeting of the Appalachian Mountain Club to be held tomorrow evening at the Institute of Technology, Sears, '89, will read a paper entitled "A trip through the Jotumheim Mountains."
There will be a lecture in N. H. 4a in the laboratory on Monday, March 19, at 4 p. m. Students who have not already done so are requested to inform the instructor as soon as possible what afternoons they will have for field work after the spring recess, in order that the sections may be at once arranged.
The sophomore appointments preliminary to the prize speaking at Williams College commencement have been announced. They are as follows: Adriance, Beckwith, Clark, Clemminshaw, Colby, Cutler, Edson, Corliss, Nichols and Perry.
The Yale Punch Club, composed of a number of prominent musical and athletic men from its senior class, held its first "punch" Saturday evening. The president of the club says that the faculty has prohibited any future meetings, because such organizations are contrary to the rules of the university. The club will accordingly disband.
The Harvard Cricket Club schedule for 1888 has been arranged as follows: April 28, Harvard vs. Longwood, at Longwood: May 5, Harvard vs. Lawrence, at Lawrence; May 12, Harvard vs. South Worcester, at South Worcester; May 19, Harvard vs. Longwood, at Longwood; May 26, Harvard vs. Mystic, at Medford; May 30, Harvard vs. Longwood, at Holmes Field; June 2, Harvard vs. Brockton, at Brockton; June 6, Harvard vs. Fall River, at Fall River; October 6, Harvard vs. Mystic at Medford; October 13, Harvard vs. Longwood, at Longwood; October 20, Harvard vs. Lowell at Lowell.
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