Mrs. Langtry is expected to visit the college today.
Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes is soon to visit England.
Princeton's examinations occur this week, beginning Monday.
The marks for the last examination in freshman Latin have been given out.
Exeter will send half of her present foot-ball team, including her captain, to Harvard, '87.
A sufficient fund has been subscribed to assure the continuance of the explorations at Assos.
Miss Emily Faithful of England visited Harvard yesterday and met the students of the annex.
Harvard College has educated a student to run one hundred yards in ten and one-half seconds. - [Ex.
The Pierian has received an invitation to play at Andover on the 12th of January and will probably accept.
The Glee Club will sing on December 15 at Haverhill; January 18th at Fitchburg, and early in January in Exeter.
Raquette playing, hare and hounds and cricket have been absorbing the attention and enthusiasm of the students of St. Paul's School this fall.
Any senior who has reason to believe that he will be entitled to a commencement part or honorable mention should communicate with Prof. Hill.
The Harvard correspondent of the Phillipian is very decided in his opinions on Yale's unfair playing, and adds his testimony to that of the rest against Yale.
The new Physical Laboratory will probably not be occupied for a year and a half. Work will be begun on the foundations in the spring. The architect, Mr. Shaw, is now at work on the plans.
We regret to have to announce the death of Mr. E. S. Perin, '82, whose illness we reported a few days ago. Mr. Perin was formerly a member of Harvard's foot-ball team, and, in many ways, did service to his Alma Mater. Many friends among upper classmen will deeply regret his death.
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