FACT AND RUMOR.
Latin 2 has just completed the reading of Tusculan Disputations.
The examination in Fine Arts 3, yesterday, was extremely hard.
The fourth senior forensic will be returned today from 2 to 4 P. M., in Sever 1.
The pamphlets descriptive of the various elective courses will be ready in a few days.
The college offers to bear a quarter of the expense of providing improved toilet apparatus at Memorial.
Prizes to the value of $500 will be given at the races of the Yale Bicycle Club on May 28th.
Prof. J. Laurence Laughlin has an article in the current Atlantic on the "New Party."
The descriptive pamphlet of the French electives will be ready for distribution, it is hoped, on Wednesday.
The Natural History Society will be photographed on the west side of Sever at 2, this afternoon.
The first five of the Philosophical Society from '85 is as follows: Arnold, Gardiner, McArthur, Nutter, and E. L. Thayer.
The officers of the Canoe Club have surveyed the Charles River course for the races which will take place next Saturday.
The ground around the Jefferson Physical Laboratory has been altered by some much needed improvements.
As a reward for their victory over the Yale freshmen, the '87 men at Brown will be allowed to carry canes during the rest of the year.
Our correspondent seeking information as to the regulation ball for tennis, will find an answer under the article headed "tennis."
In his work on the Solar System, "General Pratt" maintains that: "Eclipsing ignorance is the origin of infidelity."
The full report of the exercises at the Centennial Celebration at Phillips Exeter Academy has been published in pamphlet form.
The long stone walk in the yard shows the effect of last Saturday's bonfire, one of the flag-stones being cracked and shattered by the heat.
If the Yale freshmen can be defeated by a nine like that of Brown, our own team ought to see to it that the "fence" be denied them this year.
The Yale freshman-Plainville game Wednesday, resulted in a score of 10 to 10 in the eleventh inning, when the freshmen became tired and came home. [Ex.
Capt. Perkins and Mr. Watson of the boating committee, saw the Yale crew row Wednesday, and dined with them in the evening.
Wanted-the marks in History 2. This course was completed at the midyear examination, and the marks have not yet been given out.
It is probable that special arrangements will be made about the examinations so that the university crew may leave for New London about June 12th.
The prizes to be given at the Harvard Bicycle Club meet consist of gold and silver medals, after the form of the club monogram, suspended from a top bar.
It is perhaps fortunate that no intercollegiate rifle matches were arranged for this year, as Mr. C. C. Foster, S. S., one of the most experienced rifle shots in college, is to leave for Europe next Saturday.
The freshman nine will leave the Boston and Maine depot for Exeter, at 12.30, today. If 40 names are secured, tickets may be had at $1.50, round trip. Otherwise, little reduction will be made. Tickets may now be had from the manager, at 17 Holyoke.