Of the 250 college presidents in the United States, Yale, Ohio, Wesleyan University and Oberlin, each graduated eight; Harvard, Union, Princeton, Amherst, Washington and Jefferson, and Wesleyan, each six; Dartmouth, Brown, and Hameden-Sidney, each five; Michigan, Virginai, and De Pauw Universities, each four; Bowdoin, Dickinson, Rochester, Bethany and Pennsylvania colleges, each three. Nearly one-half of the number of colleges are non-sectarian. Of the denominational colleges 41 are Methodist Episcopal, 36 Baptist, 24 Presbyterian, 14 Congregational, 9 Christian, 8 Lutheran and 7 Episcopalian. Forty-three of the presidents were educated at the college over which they preside. One hundred and ten of the institutions listed are known as universities.
The trophy cups for the freshmen who played in the Yale game have been ordered.
The catalogue of the University of Pennsylvania has enrolled 169 instructors hand 1222 students.