OUR EXCHANGES.

SOME helpless sort of a person in Pittsburgh advertises for "one or two steady girls to help on pantaloons."- Ex.

The Courant for September 30 has a carefully written article upon college expenses. The writer asks, "Are students as a class extravagant? Is this extravagance increasing?" To answer these questions the following table has been prepared, showing the necessary expenses, covering board, tuition, room, fuel, and books, for every third year from '60 to the present time, as given in the Yale and Harvard catalogues.

YALE.

Treasurer's Bill. Board. Total.

'60, $79 40 weeks, $110-160 $234-324

'63, 80 40 weeks, 110-160 235-325

'66, 100 40 weeks, 160-280 310-470

'69, 102 40 weeks, 160-280 317-478

'72, 125-183 40 weeks, 160-280 340-568

'75, 160-220 37 weeks, 150-300 375-650

HARVARD.

Treasurer's Bill. Board. Total.

'60, $95 40 weeks, $140 $249

'63, 99 40 weeks, 160 273

'66, 132 40 weeks, 130-280 279-430