Cook, '92, went to the Mott Haven training table yesterday.
The Weld Glee Club sang in the yard again last night for an hour or more.
G. R. Fearing, '93, has stopped practicing with the freshman nine in order to give more time to track athletics.
Men who are writing commencement parts can see Mr. Hayes at 8.30 on Thursday next at Sanders Theatre.
Mr. Collier Cobb, of the Natural History department, will be at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology next year.
Yale defeated the strong Hartford nine at Hartford, Monday, by a score of 10 to 9, making five runs in the ninth inning. Dalzell pitched for Yale.
The 'varsity and freshman crews will each take four substitutes to New London. These men will constitute an eight-oared crew and an extra shell will be carried down for their use.
Powers, '92, Fessenden, '90, Lothrop, '90, Kelton, '93, Longworth, '91, Kidder, '92, Nelson, Sp. and Rantoul, '92, have been rowing in a scratch eight since the class races. Thew disband today, but three or four will be retained as substitutes.
At the annual spring games of Yale College, Sherrill ran the 100 yards in 10 seconds. Williams, '91, ran the 220 yards hurdle race in 27 seconds, lowering the Yale record one-fifth of a second; he also tied the best Yale record for the 120 yards hurdle race, 16 2-5 seconds.
The sophomore nine protested last Wednesday's game with the freshmen, on the ground that Johnson in running to first, on third strike, interfered with the ball, which had been dropped by catcher. The game, however, was awarded to the freshmen in accordance with the umpire's decision that Johnson's interference was not intentional.