Fact and Rumor.

There was a cut in Italian 4 Saturday.

Hallowell will not play for several days.

The Deutscher Verein held its first meeting Friday.

There will be an examination in German 5 today.

McClug is to do all the goal kicking for Yale this fall.

Yale will play the Crescents at Brooklyn tomorrow.

Greek 6 begins "Demosthenes on the Crown" on Thursday.

There will be an examination in English 9 on the 13th.

"Goetz Von Berlichingen" will be read next in German 4.

Special report No 2 was given out in History 13 on Saturday.

Thus far but 6 points have been scored against Yale.

The boxes at the Yale-Princeton game will be sold at auction.

Cary ran 70 yards in 7 1-2 seconds at the Madison Square Garden games last Saturday.

Prof. Norton omitted his usual lecture in Fine Arts 3 Saturday on account of illness.

The second eleven will play B. A. A. in Boston on the 8th, and Brown in Providence on the 15th.

A vote taken upon the most popular student at Cornell last week resulted in Osgood '92, receiving a flattering majority.

There is an article by Professor N. S. Shaler in the Arena for November entitled "The African Element in America."

The pamphlet containing the new tariff laws, upon which Mr. Storey spoke Friday evening, can be obtained at Thurston's.

Carr, L. S., who won the mile run in the 'varsity games, is a Williams graduate. He ran in the Madison Square Garden games Saturday.

The results of the football games played on Saturday are as follows: Yale 76, Wesleyan 0; Dartmouth 42, Bowdoin 0; Amherst 38, Technology 4; Andover 17, Yale '94, 4; Princeton 115, U. of V. 0.