FACT AND RUMOR.
There were a large number of snow-slides yesterday.
Tickets for the Yale Glee Club concert are selling rapidly.
There was a cut in the examination of Philosophy 1 yesterday.
The Brighton road was well patronized by Harvard men yesterday.
Pach's list of photographs have been sent around among the students.
In spite of the bad walking many ladies visited the college yesterday.
The Yale Club of Boston and vicinity dined at Young's Hotel last evening.
The Yale Glee Club concert at New Haven takes place next Monday evening.
Councilman S. W. McDaniel, of Ward 1, graduated from the law school in '78.
Thomas W. Keene appeared before the Yale students Tuesday evening as Macbeth.
It is rumored that the Law School will get up an eight for the class races next spring.
The editors of the Advocate from '84 will probably be announced in today's number.
We learn from Mr. Pach that about 125 seniors have already sat for their photographs.
About twenty-five persons, ten of whom were ladies, attended Mr. Perry's lecture yesterday.
Work on the athletic grounds at Yale will be commenced as-soon as the weather will permit.
Workmen were busily engaged yesterday in clearing the snow off the roofs of the buildings.
The 'Varsity crew will give an exhibition pull on the rowing machines at the spring athletic meeting.
More chromos. Pach will take a group of the janitors and Memorial Hall waiters. The goodies ought not to be slighted.
Mr. Perry will discuss Pope's "Essay on Man," at some length, in his lecture next Tuesday. All interested should attend.
Proctors should be more careful during the examinations to enforce the law respecting the playing of musical instruments out of hours.
OFFICE FURNITURE. Of Roll-Top Desks, Chairs and Tables, there is now an immense assortment at PAINE'S manufactory on Canal st., Boston.
The production of "Patience" at the Globe is by far the best, artistically considered, that has been given in Boston. It should be seen by all.
Entries for the coming winter meetings of the H. A. A. should be made to E. J. Wendell, 9 Linden street, or to H. R. Woodward, 14 Holworthy.
One of the students had the symptoms of the small-pox a few days ago, and created quite a scare among his friends. Their fears proved groundless.
Deniel Pratt will lecture on "Human AEstheticism" this evening, at 581 Washington street. The general says he can knock Oscar "higher than a kite."
The planks with cleats are now ready at the gymnasium, and class teams will soon begin practicing for the tugs-of-war at the coming winter meetings.
Putting the shot is being actively practiced at the gymnasium. One shot has been covered with buck-skin and softly padded for use on the floor. All practicing with uncovered shot is confined to the base-ball room.