There will be an hour examination in Philosophy 1a next Wednesday.
The new Searle's science building at Bowdoin College is nearly completed.
The intercollegiate games will be held at Berkeley Oval on Saturday, May 26.
Twenty-five men have been expelled from the Dinning Association at Yale for ungentlemanly conduct.
The Oxford-Cambridge boat race will be rowed today. It is thought that the chances are in Oxford's favor.
The Amherst College musical clubs are planning a trip through England and Scotland for the coming summer.
Pitcher Clarkson who has been coaching the Yale ball team will go to coach the Union College team next week, when the Yale nine takes its Easter trip.
Between $50,000 and $100,000, the exact amount has not yet been determined, has been left to Yale by the will of Richard S. Ely, to found professorships in the academic, law and medical departments.
"The Geological History of Harbors," by Prof. N. S. Shaler has just been published by the Government Printing Office in Washington. This is the largest single treatise on the subject which has yet been written.
The University Tennis Association of Princeton has elected the following officers for the ensuing year: President, G. P. Herrick '95, of New York; secretary, F. Paul '96, New Jersey; treasurer; W. Stewart '96, Pennsylvania; senior director, H. McCormick '95, Chicago; freshman director, T. S. Evans '97, Pennsylvania.