There will be no recitation in Economics 10 today.
Dartmouth's new athletic field contains nine acres.
The Cornell football team will attend the game today.
For the past week the Yale Gun Club has practised daily.
The new Yale Infirmary will be ready for use next week.
A Freshman Mandolin Club has been formed at Princeton.
The only exercise the eleven took yesterday was a short run.
A new Cricket Club called the Bostonians is being organized.
One hundred new lockers are now being built in the gymnasium.
Columbia spends $500,000 annualy; Yale, $400,000; U. of M., $400,000.
Corbett and Brewer practised kicking on Holmes yesterday morning.
The new Yale infirmary is completed. It has 23 bedrooms, and cost $75,000.
For the last few nights Lake and Gray have been sleeping at Dr. Conant's.
The B. A. A. eleven defeated the New York A. A. eleven by a score of 40 to 0.
The New York School of Applied Design for Women has already 112 students
Seven or eight men will be admitted to Greek 1 on the basic of the hour examinations.
Freshman crew practice which was suspended yesterday, will begin again on Monday.
In the game today every play will be posted on a bulletin board at one end of the field.
Over 200 seats for the game today were sold at the University Athletic Club in New York.
The Princeton Glee Club will take a Christmas trip this year for the first time since 1888.
D. Blagden, '93, has recovered from typhoid fever and will probably return to college after Christmas.
All the 500 railroad tickets to Springfield at Leavitt & Peirce's were sold out at an early hour yesterday afternoon.
The director of the Yale gymnasium has offered two prizes for the greatest physical development during the year.
Three new buildings, Alexander Hall, the Brokaw Memorial, and a new Seminary dormitory, are being built at Princeton.
Walter Camp will coach the football team of the Leland Stanford University for their game with the University of California.
The third seven of the Signet are R. Homans, R. K. Shaw, W. S. Johnson, C. Morgan, E. Sedgwick, H. B. Harding, E. Tuckerman.
Princeton holds four intercollegiate records, 100 yards dash, half-mile run and one mile walk, Yale also holds four, Harvard three, Amherst two and Colombia one.
The board of trustees of the Woman's College, Baltimore, have authorized the expenditure of $250,000, to be devoted to the construction of buildings for college purposes.
The following men have been chosen to represent Princeton in the Intercollegiate Chess Tournament: Cresson '95, Dickey '94, Easton '93 Ewing '94, Morrison '94, and Roberts '94.
At Harvard for four-fifths of the professors voted for Cleveland at Yale the proportion was four to one; at Williams only three of the faculty voted for Harrison, while the great majority of the Columbia faculty are also Democrats.