Fact and Rumor.

Vassar's new library is now in use.

The Weld Boat House is now open.

Stanford University will open a school of law in October.

Cornell has 512 free scholarships, aggregating $150,000.

Charles J. Barr has been elected captain of the Cornell crew.

Twenty-five per cent. of Princeton's Alumni reside in New Jersey.

The Psi Upsilon convention will be held with the Dartmouth chapter in May.

A scheme is on foot for registering the names of Princeton men at the World's Fair.

There have been $5,000 expended on the Brokaw Fields and $5,000 is required to complete it suitably.

The Wesleyan faculty have voted to allow the students a voice in the government of the college.

The legislature of Michigan has voted $182.300 in appropriations for the University of Michigan for 1893.

Two thousand six hundred dollars have been given by Byron Shear, Cornell, '74, to that college to purchase a launch for the use of the coach and crews.

Cornell and the University of Pennsylvania will have a track athletic meeting in Philadelphia about the middle of May.

Leland Stanford, Jr. and the University of California will hold an inter-collegiate athletic meeting on April 22 in San Francisco.

Cornell has received $50,000 for the erection of a new building for the use of the Sibley College of Mechanical Engineering.

Prof John Fisk will deliver the opening address at the first university extention summer meeting, to be opened in Philadelphia July 5, under the auspices of the American Society for the Extention of University Teaching.

The following is a list of the ten largest Universities in the United States, with the membership of each: University of Michigan 2,800; Harvard University 2,500; Northwestern University 2,000; Yale University, 1969; Cornell University, 1,576; University of Wisconsin, 1,300; University of the City of New York, 1,200; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1,100; Princeton University, 1,061; DePaw University, 1,051. - Yale News. We can not vouch for all these statistics relating to the largest ten universities, but Harvard's catalogue gives an enrollment of 2,966, besides the 500 who attend the Summer School.