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Wells, the long distance runner of Amherst will enter the Yale Law School.

The Columbia navy has made a contract for a new launch which will make 13 miles an hour.

Professor Wilson of Princeton is writing a history of the United States from 1829 to the present time.

Last Wednesday Mr. Charles Francis Adams gave a reception to the Faculty, the Overseers and the Visiting Board of Harvard.

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