Fact and Rumor.
Prof. F. W. Putnam is now in Chicago.
Professor Macvane has returned to Cambridge.
The third thesis in History 9 is due April 4th.
The "Vicar of Wakefield" must be read by members of English A.
Prof. Fiske will be absent on the Pacific coast for several months.
Mr. Loring H. Austin, Harvard '39, died in Boston last week.
The freshman musical clubs will give a concert at Malden on March 12th.
Ashinger won the international seven days' bicycle race at San Francisco.
President Eliot will address the Prospect Progressive Union some time in May.
New assignments of seats have been made in the different sections of English A.
D. W. Fenton '95, has been elected a member of the Manhattan Athletic Club on preferment.
Caruthers the well known Brooklyn pitcher has been engaged to coach the Princeton nine.
Following is the tenth ten of the Institute of 1770 elected last night: R. S. Knapp, L. M. Hall, A. L. Endicott, W. O. Harrison, A. F. Cosby, G. S. Whiteside, L. I. Prouty, P. Musgrave, H. B. Eddy, and G. N. Thaxter. The men will be at the Institute tonight at 7.30 sharp.