The "Advocate" will be out to-day.
There was no recitation in History 5 yesterday.
The Portlands beat the Bowdoin College nine 15 runs to 5.
Mr. Cohn's address is now 14 Trowbridge Street.
It is reported that Hanlan, the famous oarsman, is coaching the Harvard 'Varsity crew. - Yale News.
The Rev. George A. Gordon will preach in Appleton Chapel to-morrow evening.
Mr. W. H. Thayer, '89 will umpire the game between the Rovers and the Freshmen this afternoon.
The last performance of the Hasty Pudding Society will take place tonight in Horticultural Hall at 8 o'clock.
The Glee Club has arranged to give quite a large number of concerts in the vicinity during the ensuing weeks.
At a recent game between the Baltimores and the Bostons the umpire fined a player $25 for calling him a "lulu."
The following have been elected members of the Historical Society. From '88: - Messrs. Barnes, Gordon, Hallowell, Paine and Rogers.
Thursday the Yale nine beat the Buffalos by a score of 10 runs to 6. The Yale men made 20 base hits and 6 errors; the Buffalos 13 hits and 5 errors. The Yale nine earned 6 runs.
Mr. Whipple '88 was elected leader of the Pierian Sodality at its last meeting in place of Mr. Forchheimer resigned.
The class crews have been picked: they will begin rowing in their own shells with their own coxswains, soon.
The 'Varsity plays Bowdoin this afternoon on Holmes, and the freshmen play the Rovers at Brookline.
The nine at Amherst this year promises to be stronger at the bat than Amherst nines have been for several years past.
Many of the rowing men about college take considerable interest in the professional scullers who daily row on the Charles.
All facts and rumors put in the box at Leavitt & Pierce's must contain the name and address of the sender, in order to secure insertion.
Professor L. B. Arnold of Rochester has arrived and will deliver his lectures on butter and cheese making, this week and next. - Cornell Sun.
The University calendar contains an error in the date on which the junior thesis is due. The date should be Tuesday, April 26. The error is corrected in the reprint on the first page.
Viau, the Dartmouth College pitcher, now of the St. Pauls, pitched against the Detroits, April 19, and had he been properly supported would have downed the great hitters who finally won, 10 to 9. Viau succeeded in striking out Richardson twice.
It is rumored that the agricultural improvements of the grounds will be continued by the planting of a pasture of potatoes around the statue of John Harvard, and that the tennis courts in Jarvis, being in danger of becoming sterile, will be sown with fodder-corns.
It is related that several days since, as one of the '90 ladies from Sage was slowly walking up from town, she was met by several young men, who noticed that she carried a package concealed under her cloak, and as they passed her, she by accident let fall the package. Crash it went on the sidewalk and Courtland cider flowed copiously in all directions, and the maiden fled toward Sage. - Cornell Sun.