Williams College has a flourishing art association.
Theme III of English B was returned yesterday.
A bare and hounds club has been formed at Williams.
The Yale University catalogue will be out Friday.
Hight, L. S., coached the Sophomore crew again yesterday.
The Glee Club will sing at Jamaica Plain tomorrow evening.
Several new book cases have been added to the library this week.
The Harvard Club of N. Y. City has nearly 600 members.
Downes has been allowed the world's record for 400 yards.
Professor Sheldon's division, Spanish I, has begun Gil Blas.
The reading for History 1 up to the mid-years was given out yesterday.
The marks in the hour examination in Greek 6 were given yesterday.
The Harvard Glee Club will go to Philadelphia instead of to Pittiburg.
The sophomore crew is rowing in the tank. There are now three crews rowing.
Eighty-four men have been admitted to Memorial Hall from the waiting list.
All of Princeton's last year's nine are in college except McMillan, right field.
The St. Paul's School cricket team will take a trip to Hallfax, N. S., next season.
The Wesleyan University Club of Boston held their annual dinner Monday evening.
Rev. William Lawrence has sent invitations to students for a reception Thursday evening to meet Dr. Rainsford.
TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.The governor of Madrid is dead. The Mount Allison Academy in Nova Scotia was burned yesterday. Several of the best
TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.Jean Dupre, the sculptor, is dead. A fire in Tokio, Dec. 15, burned 140 houses. The Japanese students at Pekin
FACT AND RUMOR.Lampoon out today. Glee Glub rehearsal this evening. Lecture in Chemistry 2 at 10 A. M. tomorrow. Mr. Otis, '81,
FACT AND RUMOR.Mr. Ranney is pulling on the '83 tug-of-war team. Manning is pulling on the '82 tug-of-war team. The running track
University Noncommittal On Lord Halifax Honorary DegreeUniversity authorities would neither confirm or deny yesterday the reports in several Boston newspapers that Lord Hallfax, British Ambassador to