Fact and Rumor.

The '99 crew used their new oars yesterday afternoon. These they will have in the race.

The Dartmouth and Wesleyan nines played a tie ten-inning game yesterday. The score was 4-4.

At a meeting of the Harvard Forum, held last evening, J. E. McCloskey 1900 was elected to membership.

Radcliffe College has just concluded negotiations for the purchase of the Norris estate, 18 Mason street.

The Freshman crew rowed in a shell yesterday for the first time this year, using the Webb cedar shell used as a practice boat by the 'Varsity last spring.

The semi-annual meeting of the Prospect Union for the election of next year's officers will be held in the Prospect building on Wednesday evening, May 5. The reports of the committees will be read and next year's work outlined.

The dase of the spring concert by the Glee, Banjo and Mandolin Clubs has been postponed to May 20. The original date was May 13, but this would conflict with the Boylston Prize speaking contest. After the concert a dance will be given in Memorial Hall.

The annual exhibition of the Camera Club, to which all members of the University are invited to contribute work, will be held May 15 to 18, inclusive. All pictures, in order to be entered for competition, must be sent, by May 13, to C. P. M. Rumford, 68 Mt. Auburn St. Platinum or bromide prints and large mounts are preferred.

The lacrosse team will play the "All Massachusetts" team on Holmes Field at 3 o'clock this afternoon. The M. I. T. track games will be held immediately after, one admission sufficing for both.