Fact and Rumor.
The St. Paul's dinner took place last evening.
F. H. Curtiss, '91, is obliged to leave college. owing to ill health.
Dr. Hart will probably not be able to attend his courses this week.
E. C. Hammond, '91, has left college and has started for California.
St. Paul's School will send a cricket team to Canada this summer.
There were cuts in Fine Arts 3 and in History 11 and 13 yesterday.
The Freshman Glee Club held the first rehearsal of this week last night.
The faculty at Yale has voted that the schedule of games for the nine may be adopted only on condition that there be no demonstration after any of the games except the last one.
Marshall Field, Jr., '91, is traveling in Egypt. He is at present on a trip up the Nile.
McClung, captain of the Exeter nine last year, will probably play at third on the Yale nine.
The Mandolin Club will play at the meeting of the Boston Art Students Association next Friday evening.
The annual concert of the Phillips Andover Glee and Banjo Clubs will occur next Monday evening.
W. A. McLaren, '91, School of arts, is treasurer and manager of the Columbia 'varsity nine.
Professor G. Castroni, formerly instructor in fencing at Harvard, has opened a fencer's club, at 7 Crescent Place. The new organization is after the European style.
Dr. Thomas Dwight, professor of anatomy, will sail for Europe next Saturday for his health. During Dr. Dwight's absence, Dr. Richardson will conduct the anatomical exercises.
As the Conference Francaise invited Mr. Danion to speak this evening, and was unable to change the date, the meeting of the Chess and Whist Club has been postponed. The meeting will be held tomorrow evening, and the annual election of officers will take place then.