No blue-books need be brought for History 13. Each man will find one at his place.
Amherst has recently had a gift of $75,000 on condition that $25,000 additional can be secured.
The Medical Schools of the United States are graduating physicians at the rate of about 4,000 a year.
At the last Glee Club-Pierian concert a young lady was overheard to say "How nicely the Pi Eta band plays."
The University band will discourse sweet strains at the winter meeting of the Athletic Association. - Cornell Sun.
The average price of rooms at Harvard is about $145, while at Yale the average price is less than $90. - Yale News.
The alumni of Bowdoin College had three dinners last Wednesday evening, one in Boston, one in New York and in Washington.
The students of Cornell have challenged the Ithaca fire department to a tug of war. The event is a waited with the utmost excitement.
It is estimated that there are two hundred and fifty Yale graduates in Boston and vicinity of whom over two-thirds were at the Yale alumni dinner given to President Dwight last Wednesday evening.
About 70 per cent. of Amherst's undergraduates are church members while nearly 25 per cent. of recent graduates have entered the ministry.
The Brown University boat club is in debt to the amount of $1200. The students say that the debt must be paid off before the crew engages in any more races.
"Undergraduate Tickets" from the University of Pennsylvania secure to the holder admission to a number of libraries, museums, and other places of similar character in Philadelphia.
Wesleyan expects to put a base-ball nine in the field this spring and may join the college association which is to be formed by the University of Pennsylvania, Dartmouth, Cornell, Trinity, and perhaps Columbia.
The Harvard Quartette from Harvard University will give a concert in Library Hall, on Saturday evening, Feb. 5th, under the auspices of the ladies of the Congregational Church. The sale of seats will begin on Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. at Finch's bookstore. - Cornell Sun
The Cambridge city government met last evening. In the board of aldermen Supt. Bancroft of the Cambridge horse railroad appeared, and made a statement that the directors of the company had unanimously voted to reduce the fare to all points from 6 to 5 cents.
Yesterday's Boston Herald contained a flat denial of the accusation that Princeton was guilty of "jockeying" in the last Princeton-Yale foot-ball game, The denial is made by F. S. Spaulding, managing editor of the Princetonian how completely refutes the statement that Harris was "hidden" by Princeten in order to get Moffat to referee the game.
The board of directors of the Cambridge railroad has unanimously voted that the rate of fare from Boston to any part of Cambridge, Somerville or Brighton shall be five cents, and transfer checks, except to and from Park Square cars, abolished. These changes will go into effect next Monday.