Exeter is to have a school pin.
The Boston league team will cost $65,000 this year.
Princeton will play ball with the M. A. C. team this year.
Tufts College men are talking of starting a weekly college paper.
The Roxbury High School will give open athletic events Feb. 22.
Colby, Bowdoin, and Bates, have organized a state base ball league.
The Tufts Faculty have made a course in gymnastics an extra elective.
Dr. A. P. Peabody spoke at the Williams Alumi dinner Wednesday.
The first and second Yale 'varsity crews rowed on the harbor Wednesday.
The 'varsity candidates for catcher are being coached on throwing to second.
Wesley a will celebrate Washington's birthday with a general college banquet.
About +++0,000 has been collected for a gymnasium at the University of Michigan.
The annual amateur skating championship will be held at Hoboken Feb. 9.
The annual "bowl fight" at the University of Pennsylvania will be held this week.
A Press Club has been organized at Wesleyan, thirteen papers being represented.
William Astor has promised one million dollars to endow a negro university at Oklahoma.
The candidates in walking for the Mott Haven team are under the leadership of Bardeen '93.
The Princetonian has suspended publication until February 12, on account of the mid-year examinations.
Professor R. B. Richardson of Dartmouth will teach Greek in the Chatauqua Summer School next July.
Professor Judson of the University of Minnesota has accepted the position of dean of Chicago University.
Harvard has three representatives among the officials of the B. A. A. games Feb. 13. Yale has one.
Capt. Taylor of the Louisville ball nine is attending Cornell University, and is coaching the Cornell base ball team.