Fact and Rumor.

Yale beat Amherst on Wednesday 7 to 1.

Professor Channing has left Cambridge.

Princeton's Commencement will be June 6-10, inclusive.

The stone cappings to the new gate have been set in place.

Bond has begun rowing again with the freshman crew.

The stone cappings to the new gate have been set in place.

The Roxbury Latin nine beat the Hopkinson's yesterday 14 to 3.

The programme of the French Department for 1891-92 can be obtained at the office.

M. C. Hobbs '85, died Wednesday afternoon at his home in Brookline of typhoid fever.

There will be no game with Amherst today as their nine is crippled and unable to play.

R. F. Perkins '87 was married on Wednesday to Miss Annie R. Bowditch of Framingham.

Plans have been arranged and the ground bought for another large building for Johns Hopkins.

Princeton is going to send out a geological expedition to the West this summer for research.

Professor F. G. Peabody is going abroad this summer, and will not return to his college work next year.

The Phillipian published a supplement containing an account of the Andover tournament.

The graduating exercise at Technology were held on Monday afternoon. Out of a class of 102, five were women.

The following officers of the Pierian Sodality for next year have been elected: H. H. Norton, president; E. H. Abbott, vice-president; G. B. Bennett, secretary; F. E. Frothingham, treasurer; J. H. Bennett, librarian; H. F. Kent, Leader.