AT OTHER COLLEGES.

Yale.

- The Yale Navy is $1,500 in debt.

- The fall races at Lake Saltonstall will come off Saturday, October 14.

- The Captain of the crew is not yet chosen, but Collins of the Philadelphia Four will probably be elected to the position.

- The annual Thanksgiving "Jubilee" is in course of preparation, and the Faculty have drawn up a long list of conditions on which it is to be allowed.

- The question of the annual rush is now being discussed by the two lower classes of the Scientific School. The Freshmen are rather small in stature, but large in numbers.

- THE old rush between the Yale freshmen and sophomores on Hamilton park has been abandoned.

Amherst.- AN Amherst sophomore has been summoned before the president and informed that his removal from college would be required for "rushing." The class, however, pledged to abstain from disturbances, and he is conditionally allowed to remain.

- Interest in boating is very slight.

- Class games for the college championship will be played this fall to develop material for the College Nine, which will not be chosen until the spring.

- Fall meeting of the Athletic Association will be held on Saturday afternoon, October 14.

- The Sophomore-Freshman base-ball game and fight came off, as in former years, the second Saturday afternoon of the term.

Williams.- The Williams LL. D. conferred on John Bright last June has been accepted.

- Mr. W. K. Brooks, a graduate of Williams in 1870, and for the last three or four years connected as a student and teacher with Professor Agassiz, has been appointed to the Associate Professorship of Zoology in the Johns Hopkins University of Baltimore.

- The Sophomores two weeks ago pledged themselves to give up hazing on condition that some of them caught hazing should be let off. Last Friday night the Sophomores rushed the Freshmen, and again on Saturday. Accordingly the whole class, except those who can show that they were not in either rush, has been expelled. Most of the class will probably be readmitted on terms imposed by the President, but some, at least, will not be taken back.