FACT AND RUMOR.
No. 30 Weld is to let for the rest of the year.
Billy the postman called at our sanctum yesterday.
"Our French Visitors" is meeting with a large sale.
Breakfast can now be obtained at Memorial after prayers.
Found - A crimson woollen mitten. Apply at the HERALD office.
"Hall's International Law" is now being used in Graduate History B.
Laboratory work will take the place of lectures in Chemistry 2, this week.
A man was summoned, lately, for leaving chapel before the choir finished the "amen."
There is much mud. For quiet, swell, muddy streets, commend us to Cambridge.
Examination in Graduate History B, Jan. 28; examination in Graduate History C, Jan. 26.
Much astonishment was caused in chapel yesterday morning, by the brevity of the benediction.
The third of the "Cambridge Assemblies" takes place this evening at Armory Hall, Cambridge.
The second "Harvard Assembly" will take place to-morrow, January 12, at Papanti's Hall, Boston.
There will be no Greek reading next Wednesday night, owing to the concert in Sanders Theatre.
Divisions 1 and 2 of the Freshmen Trigonometry recited from 11 to 12, instead of from 12 to 1, yesterday.
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