Fact and Rumor.
Three hundred thousand dollars is needed by Trinity College.
Professor Cooke will give a seminar in Chemistry A to the freshmen at four o'clock this afternoon in Boylston.
All candidates for the University lacrosse team will meet in 11 Stoughton this evening at 7 o'clock.
The junior class dinner will take place some time about the 20th of February.
Daily exercises in all college courses end today at 4 o'clock. All blue books for the examinations must be handed in today.
Mr. Wendell will meet today the fifth section in English 12, from Page to Sturgis.
The Wellesley Courant speaks in a recent issue of "St. John's Hopkins" University.
W. B. Peet, who is coaching the Columbia crews, was stroke of the 'varsity crew in '84 and rowed No. 2 in the 'varisty boat in '85.
The Amherst Banjo and Guitar Club will attend the banquet of the New York Alumni Association at Delmonico's on the 25th.
The New England Williams College Alumni Association will hold its 22d annual dinner at the Parker House on the evening of the 25th.
The weekly moot court at the Law School will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock. The case will be argued before Professor Thayer. McCordic and Buck will speak for the plaintiff; Ruel and Pearson for the defendant.
The rowing men of the Law School have organized a crew of which W. Alexander has been elected captain. The crew is composed of many well known oarsmen from various colleges, and intends to enter the class races in the spring.
Chemistry A examination assignment of rooms: Adams-Estabrook, Sever 37; Estes-F. W. Johnson, Sever 35; G. D. Johnson-T. C. Smith, Mass. 3; Spalding-Young and all scientific students in Dane Hall, special students and conditioned men, Harvard 6.
The following are the assignments for the several sections in the mid-year examination in English A: Admas to Cheney inclusive, in Dane Hall; Child to Covell in Harvard 5; Cox to Green in Harvard 6; Greenleaf to Lamont in Lawrence 1; Landon to Shapleigh in Sever 37; Shattuck to Young in University Examination Room.
After the mid-years, Mr. Hayes will see the men who take the elective in elocution (juniors and seniors) in two sections-section A, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 12 m.; section B, Mondays at 3 p. m., Wednesdays at 11 a. m., and Fridays at 3 p. m. The voluntary section will meet on Tuesdays and Fridays from 2 to 3. Senior and junior sections will bring "Coate's Comprehensive Speaker"; freshmen and sophomores, "Fletcher's Advanced Readings."