The Yale Banner for 1889-90 came out yesterday.
Adams '91, S., has gone to the training table of the Yale eleven.
Over a thousand men will go down to Springfield Saturday from Harvard.
Walter Camp reported the game last Saturday for the New York Herald.
The 'varsicy crew has bought a new pair oar, built by Davy of Cambridge.
Columbia will play Wesleyan in foot ball today at the Berkeley Oval New York.
A course in photography will soon be added to the curriculum of the Harvard Annex.
The Theta Psi fraternity from Technology were at Saturday's game in a tally-ho.
The membership list of the Boston Athletic club has again been increased by fifty names.
The extra benches put up on Jarvis before Saturday's game were torn down again yesterday.
The freshman eleven will play the Boston Athletic Association tomorrow on Divinity field.
The Cambridge Latin School is ahead in the race for the interscholastic foot-ball championship.
Theme II. in English B will be returned today in Sever 11, from 3 to 4 o'clock. Theme III., a narrative will be due also today.
The annual meeting of the Athletic association of Technology will be held December 14. The class of '90 now holds the Tech. cup.
The "Midsummer Night's Dream" will be read by Mr. Riddle in the She and Memorial Chapel, Thursday evening, November 21.
The advance sheets of the catalogue will be out the latter part of this week. The catalogue itself will be ready for sale about the first of December.
The late Dr. T. W. Pray of Dover, be queathed one thousand dollars to Dartmouth college, to constitute a prize for the scholars in modern languages of four years' standing.
When it was announced at the English university of Cambridge that women would henceforth be admitted to the university examinations, the students turned out in a body to cheer Miss Helen Gladstone and the incoming young woman students.
The 'varsity eleven played no regular practice game yesterday. A scrub team including Cumnock, Tilton, Blanchard and Fearing, played a twenty-five minute game with the freshman eleven. Each side scored a touchdown, but no attempts for goal were made. The play was lively despite the muddy and slippery ground.
Princeton men say in regard to George, the centre rusher, that he is a teacher in the Lawrenceville preparatory school, and for a long time refused to come back to Princeton to play foot-ball. He finally agreed, however, to re-enter Princeton when a promise was given him of having his position at Lawrencevile reserved for him. Cash entered only for the foot ball season, the Princeton men say, and in order to comply with the rule that he must stay the year out he will cut so many recitations that the faculty will expel him.