Facts and Rumors.
The Lovell Arms Company team will play Harvard, April 25 at Cambridge.
Rev. F. G. Peabody will conduct morning service from now until April 20,
Professor Lyon will give his third Babylonian lecture today at 4 p. m. in the Jefferson Laboratory.
The action of the Faculty in regard to the recent votes of the Overseers will be announced today or tomorrow.
Yale beat the Plainville baseball team 25 to 5 in a game at New Haven on Saturday. Dalzell pitched and Poole caught for Yale.
The Summer School at Northfield, under the direction of Mr. Moody, will be held from June 29 to July 12 next summer.
Professor Alexander Agassiz has returned from a trip to Algiers.
An effort will be made to have the city of Boston put the playgrounds in Franklin Park in proper condition so that the Interscholastic baseball teams may play there.
The Yale nine were measured Friday for their uniforms which are to be similar to those of last year. The caps, trousers and shirts are to be of light gray woolen cloth; stockings and jerseys of royal blue. The men will have blue and white imported blazers of a unique pattern-wide blue stripes with narrow white ones in the center, alternating with wide whites containing narrow blue stripes.
At the meeting of the auditing committee on Friday, several changes were made in the agreement under which the committee exists. The number of student members was raised from three to four, one to be selected from each of the three upper classes and one from the college at large; and the time of election was changed from June to October. It was decided to have the accounts audited semi-annually instead of monthly. The surplus of the football association was raised from $400 to $1500, and the lacrosse association was admitted to have its accounts audited by the committee and was allowed a surplus of $300.