Miscellanea.

Yale and California will have a dual track meet in New Haven, April 28.

The third instalment of the Riant collection has arrived at the custom house.

A college bank may be established at Yale to accommodate students who wish to keep small accounts subject to check.

The Canadian Club held a reception yesterday afternoon at Brooks House in honor of Sir Charles Tupper, the veteran Canadian statesman.

Jutaro Komura L. S. '77, Japanese Minister to the United States, has been appointed Minister to Russia and will leave for St. Petersburg about April 15.

At the first trial of candidates for the Freshman debating team the following eleven men were retained to debate again on Thursday: Agoos, Bettman, Dean, Hammerslough, Holmes, Lunt, Mann, Rich, Sears, Vernon.

The Engineering Society has elected the following officers for coming year: Faculty adviser, Professor I. N. Hollis; president, H. S. Whiton '01; graduate secretary, P. F. Brown '01; graduate secretary, Professor L. J. Johnson; treasurer, S. M. Klein '02.

The ninth annual meeting of the Harvard Teachers' Association will be held in Sanders Theatre on March 10. The annual dinner will be held at the Colonial Club after the meeting.

At a meeting in Chicago of the leading universities of the country called by the University of California, it was decided to unite in a permanent organization in order to establish and maintain uniform standards for the various graduate degrees. President Eliot acted as chairman of the convention.

Yale defeated Princeton, 5-1, at hockey in New York Saturday evening. Yale had already defeated Princeton once this season.