Fact and Rumor.
R. Aldrich, '85, is now writing for the Providence Journal.
Physics B. Question hour in this course at 7 p.m., to-night; lecture room of the Physical Laboratory.
J. R. Yocum and J. J. Colony will enter the heavy-weight sparring and wrestling in the winter meeting.
The Yale freshmen at a recent Glee Club concert, sent up a "floral tribute" with the class number upon it. This is called "cheeky" by the News.
Phillips Exeter Academy has received a bequest of $40,000 from the will of the late Francis Parker of Boston.
New Haven is alive with the festivities of "Promenade week."
Dartmouth has received a four thousand dollar scholarship, on condition that no student who uses tobacco shall receive any benefit from it. - Ex.
The Classical Club, which was started during the last term is in a flourishing condition. The members number over twenty-five.
The University of Pennsylvania had a meeting of their Athletic Association on Friday. Mr. Dole has been re-engaged as trainer.
We have just received the first number of the Fort Orange Monthly (Albany). It is interesting and well written.
Baker, '86, Wells, '86, Bemis, '87, and Lord, '88, will take part in the Manhattan games, Madison Square Garden, N. Y., on the 20th inst.
The Princeton students pay $66,700 a year to the towns people for board, and yet the town complains of non-support. Jersey appetites.
The Cornell winter meeting will include the following events: Heavy, middle, light, and feather-weight sparring, horizontal bar, fifty yards dash, running high jump, tug-of-war.
Division I, Sever 35
Division II, Chase to Kimball, Sever 23
Division II, Knapp to Wright, Sever 24
Division III, Sever 30
Just caught on: "The faculty of Harvard lately pronounced against foot-ball. This, however, does not prevent the students from continuing the game." - St. John's Magazine.
. . . . "College-bred bears" are advertised among the attractions of a show. There will be nothing nevel in the exhibition to people who are used to taking the last car for Cambridge. - Transcript.
Samuel Brearley, Jr., P. A., '67, as sub-committee of the committee on the election system in the Harvard Club, New York, has prepared a paper making sharp issue with the advocates of the system as practiced at Harvard, and the club is circulating the article widely, together with the article in the Andover Review, advocating the system, by Professor Palmer, P. A. '59 - Phillipian.