Of the twelve prominent athletes in Yale '94, eight have received "appointments."
There were 2,777 astronomical photographs taken at the Harvard Observatory last year.
Twenty-two colleges are represented on the collegiate editorial staff of the University Magazine.
G. R. Fearing Jr. '93 and F. S. Eddy '95 rowed in a pair oar on the river yesterday for the first time this year.
The address to the graduating class of the Highland Military Academy at Worcester, will be delivered on Tuesday, June 13th. by Rev. Alex. H. Vinton D. D., of All Saints' Church, Worcester.
Ithaca, N. Y. the seat of Cornell University, voted for no-license Tuesday for the first time in its history.
The Bishop Brooks' Memorial committee announced the closing of the fund - the amount having reached $77.200.
Pres. Gates of Amherst is expected to deliver the commencement address this year at Wells College, Aurora, N. Y.
President Andrews of Brown University, addressed the Forum Literary Society of Phillips Andover Academy, Monday night.
Princeton held a mass meeting recently to protest against the race track legislation now pending in the New Jersey Legislature.
The dual league games between Princeton and Columbia will take place on the Saturday preceding the Intercollegiate meeting.
An old armory of North End, Boston, is to be remodelled and fitted up as a free gymnasium for the young men of that neighborhood.
In Charleston, S. C., all students falling below 50 per cent. in mathematics are compelled to attend lectures on Saturday, the weekly holiday.
A. J. Shaw, president of the Yale Lawn Tennis Association, is making plans for the formation of an interscholastic tennis league in New Haven.
Members of the University are reminded that Professor Royce's Lecture today on "Imitation, the Social Factor in Education, and the Lesson of the Modern Hypnotic Research," will take place in Sanders Theatre instead of in Sever 11, as before.