FACT AND RUMOR.

This is the last examination day.

Seventy-five men have signed for the senior class dinner.

Tickets for the Yale game this P.M. can be bought at Bartlett's.

Mr. W. W. Kent, '82, is a contributor to the current number of Life.

The college papers have nearly all suspended publication for the year.

The betting was two to one on Columbia Tuesday night at New London.

Stated meeting of the Academic Council in University 5 at 8 P.M. today.

A make-up examination in History 1 will be held today in Mass. 1 at 10 A.M.

The result of the Harvard-Columbia race was posted at Bartlett's at 11.30 A.M. yesterday.

The class of '85 at Princeton signed an agreement not to "crib" during the college course.

Gov. Butler has accepted the invitation to attend the Harvard commencement exercises.

There will be a stated meeting of the Academic Council at University 5 this evening at 8 o'clock.

The Harvard freshman crew arrived at its quarters Monday night and took its first spin on Tuesday.

The third game in the championship series between Harvard and Yale will be played on Jarvis field at 3 P.M. tomorrow.

The Yale crew took their final pull in the New Haven harbor on Tuesday. A large number of spectators were in attendance.

A few men have signed for a special train to witness the Harvard-Yale race. If a hundred names are secured the fare will be $3.

The books for the Latin examination of Freshman Maximum, section B. will be returned and the marks announced in Sever 29 this morning from chapel to 9.30.

After the successful race with Columbia subscriptions to the crew should come in fast.

EXAMINATIONS TODAY.Freshman Greek, Mass. 1, U. E. R. and Sever 35, 37.