Fact and Rumor.
Of the class of '93 at Yale, 62 are studying law.
The Andover baseball nine is to take an Easter trip.
Of the 867 graduates of Vassar, 305 are engaged in teaching.
About 36 per cent of the students in the Medical School hold degrees.
A new dormitory to cost $25,000 is being built at the University of Pennsylvania.
The new kite-shaped running track at Brown will be finished early in the spring.
The University of Pennsylvania has the oldest and largest medical school in America.
The late ex-Governor William Gaston received the degree of L. L. D. from the University in 1875.
Harry Taylor, last year captain of the Cornell baseball team has been admitted to the bar in Buffalo.
The University of Pennsylvania has engaged Bryan, the English sprinter, to train the men for track events.
C. C. Stoud, of Tufts, holds the college record for strength test, having a total strength of 2552 pounds.
About 35 men are in training at Amherst for the athletic team which will be sent to Boston to compete in the B. A. A. games of February 10.
Yesterday afternoon a large delegation from the University inspected the plant of the American Bell Telephone Co., in Boston. President Lockwood entertained the members personally.