FACT AND RUMOR.

E. P. Warren, '83, has returned from abroad.

Mumford, '84, is coaching the freshman crew.

Work on the new lockers for the gymnasium will begin next week.

'86 was unable to play yesterday, and therefore forfeited the game to '85.

The sophomore crew has commenced using the rowing weights in the gymnasium.

The '85 base ball nine were photographed on the steps of Matthews yesterday.

There will be a meeting of the St. Paul's Society at 17 G. this evening at 7 o'clock.

A practice game in lacrosse will probably soon be arranged with the Unions of Boston.

The auditor's report of expenses of the Dining Association will be out next week.

There will be a hare and hounds meet of the Bicycle Club tomorrow at 3.15 P. M.

C. S. Hamlin and W. C. Winslow have been elected members of the Hasty Pudding Club.

One hundred and sixty men have signed the petition at Memorial for the extension of the Thanksgiving recess.

The Varsity eleven will go to Amherst next Saturday, and have a practice match with their eleven in the afternoon.

The eleventh grand floral ball will be given at the Paine Memorial Hall this evening. A large attendance is expected.

In the election of director at Memorial from '85 last evening, Mr. A. E. Strong received thirty-eight votes, thus being elected.

Prof. Chas. Eliot Norton contributes personal reminiscences to the forthcoming volume on the poet Clough, edited by Mr. Waddington.