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Professor Dunbar will resume his courses in Political economy to day.
The men in Greek 5 and 10 were favored with cuts, last Friday.
There will be no recitations in N. H. 5 this week.
Eighteen candidates have gone into training for the Brown nine.
The freshman game with Yale will be played on Saturday, November 29.
Tufts' eleven degeated the Technology foot ball team Saturday afternoon by a score of 29 to 0.
A director at Memorial Hall will be elected from '87, in place of Mr. Morrison, resigned.
Cornell University is to enjoy a reading by Mark Twain and George W. Cable.
There will be a meeting of candidates for the junior crew, in 43 Beck, Tuesday evening at 7.30.
Some of the men who went to New Haven stayed there over Sunday with friends.
Capt. Storrow went to New York Saturday, on business connected with the boat club.
All the New Haven boarding-school girls were taken out to see Harvard beaten on Saturday. Wesleyan College has been promised $40,000 by Mr. Griffith, of Albany, who will pay $25,000 of it February 1st, 1885.
Three hundred and eighty-six of the academic students at Yale room on the campus, and two hundred in private houses.
The Columbia University eleven recently played a game against a team composed of Columbia graduates, and were beaten.
At the performances of last year. Harvard has been liberally represented at the Theatre during the run of "Orpheus and Eurydice."
All the members of the athletic committee, Prof's White, Byerly and Sargent, were present at the Yale game in New Haven.
Most of the Harvard men at the game with Yale congregated in the large barge that took our eleven to the grounds, and saw the play from that.
The manager of the Tufts eleven sent word Saturday that his team would be unable to play the game with our freshmen which had been arranged.
The telegram sent to the CRIMSON, and posted in Leavitt and Pierce's window was the first news of the game received in Cambridge last Saturday.
Dr. Sargent, aided by Mr. Lathrop, is making great headway with the physical examinations at the gymnasium.
A scrub game of foot ball was played on Jarvis field, yesterday afternoon, between elevens from club tables at Memorial Hall.
The train for New Haven leaves Boston and Albany station at 9,00, reaching New Haven at 2 P. M. The team will leave the night before at 4.30.
The break in the hare and hounds run yesterday was made by mutual consent, the darkness preventing the finding of the bags.
Some delay was experienced in learning the result of Saturdays game, as Yale's new athletic grounds, where it was played, are quite a distance from New Haven.
Goodwin '88, end rush of the Yale eleven, is a very powerful man and plays half back on the freshman team. Our freshmen would do well to keep an eye on him during the game with Yale.
Mr. N. G. Reed, '76, has become a member of the graduate advisory committee on boating affairs, in place of Mr. Alexander Agassiz.
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