Fact and Rumor.

Ives '93 is now coaching the Yale crew.

The sophomore crew took a run to Corey Hill yesterday.

Vail '93 has begun light work with the 'varsity crew.

The average price of board at Memorial for the last two months was $3.79.

P. J. Berlo, the crack cyclist, has joined the Suffolk Athletic Club.

The B. A. A. will give an open wrestling tournament in March.

Wednesday has been made a half-holiday at Princeton.

Hawkins, of the Brooklyn team, will coach the Lehigh nine.

There are now twenty-two candidates for the Exeter nine.

There are 190 college papers published in the United States.

J. Howland, Yale '94, is being tried as stroke of the University crew.

The Yale crew was coached Saturday by C. O. Gill '89, and John Rogers '87.

Squires, Conley and Haradon of Exeter's eleven expect to enter Yale '96.

There are six ladies in the junior class of the New York University Law School.

The California trip of the B. A. A ball team this summer will occupy seven weeks.

There will be three lectures during the remainder of the term in Latin B and D on Terence.

F. B. Winthrop '91 who rowed on the 'varsity crew in '90, has begun training with the 'varsity crew.

Several amendments to the constitution of the A. A. U. will be made at the meeting on March 8.

Professor Emerton discussed "The Interest and Value of Mediaeval Study" in Boston last Tuesday.

Caspar W. Whitney was one of the judges at the mid-winter meeting of the University of Pennsylvania.

Henry Gruber of the Cleveland league team began coaching the Yale University base ball candidates yesterday.

The Faculty of Phillips Exeter threaten to prosecute for slander the authors of a valentine which was printed last week.

The record of Harvard-Columbia freshman races stands 6 to 6, while that of Yale-Columbia races is 2 to 1 in favor of Columbia.

One year's expenses at Princeton are estimated at from $311 to $645; at Cornell, from $350 to $500; at Wellesley about $350; at Vassar about $400.

The Freshman Banjo Club has elected the following officers: President, J. Sargent. Jr.; leader, J. S. Stone; secretary and treasurer, H. H. Chamberlain.

The 'varsity crews rowed yesterday afternoon as follows:

1st Crew. 2d Crew.

Weed, Stroke. Williams.

Rantoul, 7 Saltonstall.

Cummings, 6 Waters.

Kelton, 5 Winthrop.

Ninde, 4 Johnson.

Slade, 3 Cauthorne.

Newell, 2 Hickman.

Bond, bow Grant.