Fact and Rumor.

R. H. Fuller, '88, has been elected an editor of the Advocate.

There will be an hour examination in History 1 to-day.

Yale's expenses exceeded her income last year by $11, 543.

There was fine skating on Glacialis yesterday.

The freshman class at Oxford numbers 540 men.

A large number of books on Nihilism have been reserved in alcove 5.

During the season just closed, Yale has made 306 points to her opponents 11.

The candidates for the Yale nine have begun batting in the new house.

The current number of the Cambridge Tribune contains an interesting article on Old Cambridge.

The 436 rooms in the college dormitories bring an annual rental of $63,811 a year.

Cambridge University includes in its field sports a one mile bicycle, one mile tricycle, and five mile bicycle races.

University of Pennsylvania has succeeded in discharging the debt of $140,000, which stood against her at the end of the fiscal year, 1884. The University had been burdened with debt for over thirteen years.

The subscription price of the DAILY CRIMSON for the rest of the year will be $3.00. The subscription book can be found at the office of the Co-operative Society. All those who have not paid their subscriptions are requested to do so as soon as possible.

The most heavily endowed institutions in our country are Girard, $10,000,000; Columbia. $5,000,000; Johns Hopkins, $4,000.000; Harvard, $3,000,000; Princeton, $2,500,000; Lehigh, $1,800,000, and Cornell, $1,400,000.

The Yale Courant has a characteristic editorial on the Princeton game; as the Yale papers seem to be quite frenzied over their late reverses, we may expect to see this recrimination, - childish and spiteful as it is, - continuing for weeks to come.

George Hosmer, the rowing celebrity, has invented a rowing machine for indoor practice. In form, it is of the size and bulk of the tricycle, and constructed in a similar manner. He doubtless obtained his idea from this machine. Hosmer claims to have made a mile on it to the tune of 3.45. Wheel.

The following are the Princeton class-day officers for 1886: Master of ceremonies, C. M. DeCamp; president, M. C. Fleming; secretary, T. Evans, Jr.; orator, C. R. Erdman; poet, A. S. Mapes; ivy orator, J. Cashman; memorial orator, A. W. Durell; presentation orator, J. H. Gaines; prophet. W. S. Elder; censor, P. Bailey; historian, S. Paton.