Fact and Rumor.
Senior vacation has been abolished at the University of Wisconsin.
The members of Greek letter fraternities in the colleges number 77,000.
L. McKee, '95, has been taken on the editorial board of the Yale Record.
The choir gave a concert of secular music at the Colonial Club Saturday night.
Pres. Dwight of Yale was present at the services in Appleton Chapel yesterday afternoon.
The Cornell-University of Pennsylvania boat race on Lake Minnetonka, will take place on July 8.
A Casino is soon to be erected at Princeton which will contain a dancing hall and tennis courts.
Of the present graduating class at Lawrenceville Academy, 27 will enter Princeton, 15 Yale, and 2 Harvard.
At the annual banquet of the Princeton Ball Association, Charles S. Mackenzie was elected captain for next year.
The Cornell freshman crew defeated the 'varsity in a race on Tuesday, rowing two miles in ten minutes and twenty seconds.
The final game in the Scrub Series was won by the Angles, Goodwin captain, over the Polliwogs, Powe captain, by the score of 14-13.
The Cornell-Columbia freshman race will be rowed at New London on Tuesday, giving our '96 crew a chance to judge Columbia's work.
Efforts are being made at Amherst for the erection of a college hotel, to be run by alumni and to be used exclusively by the visitors and friends of Amherst College.
The BROWN HERALD board of editors has organized for '93-'94 as follows: President, Gamwell; managing editor, Kimball; business manager, W. C. Huntoon.
The final choice of sophomore electives at Yale resulted as follows: 223 men will take Greek, 253 Latin, 269 Modern Languages, 277 English, 248 Physics, and 131 Mathematics.
Two new buildings are soon to be built by the Yale Law School. One is to be a dormitory, and the other a recitation hall. The cost of both buildings is estimated at $125,000.
A second edition of the Yale Book has been published, containing pictures of the college buildings and societies, and condensed information about the different departments of the University.