Fact and Rumor.
Joseph Hunt, Esq., has presented Lafayette College with a fine telescope.
Both the Yale 'Varsity and Freshman crews are to have new shells this year.
At present there are only seven men training for the sophomore crew at Yale.
The concert of the Freshman Glee and Banjo clubs will take place April 29.
The Russian government recently established a university at Tomsk, Siberia.
The new consolidated nine of Yale will play the 'Varsity team four times a week.
The Co-operative Society at the Institute of Technology has a membership of nearly 600.
The first exhibition of the new Association of Gymnasts at Princeton took place Thursday.
Prof. R. A. Proctor has an article in the April "Forum" on the "Reality of a Sea Serpent."
Brigham of the Yale nine has gone to Europe, and will not play in the team this season.
Forty-two thousand three hundred dollars has been subscribed for the Art School at Princeton.
It is said that Boyden will probably be Harvard's pitcher; Nichols will play at third. - Princetonian.
The services in Appleton Chapel last evening were conducted by the Rev. Edward Everett Hale.
Of the forty-four races rowed by the Oxford and Cambridge universities. Oxford has won twenty-three and Cambridge thirty, one being a tie.
The Kent Laboratory at Yale will, it is said, when completed, be the finest building of the kind in the country, and will cost $80,000.
Nearly all of the students at the University of Pennsylvania now wear caps and gowns. Many of them may be seen in the stores, at the concerts and promenading on the fashionable streets.
The Princeton Tug-of-War Team will compete in the games of the Twenty-third Regiment, Brooklyn, April 2, and in the games of the Seventh Regiment, New York, April 9. - Princetonian.