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The Khedive of Egyptrides a bicycle.

T. L. Erothingham has been elected a member of the Cobden Club.

There is to be a bicycle track laid near Huntington Avenue, next year.

Camp, of Yale, was severely injured while playing foot-ball on Friday.

The cricket season is just beginning in Australia.

The first Armory Hall Assembly will take place tonight.

Candidates for the junior crew began training yesterday.

There will be a half hour examination in Greek 7 today at 12 A. M.

Meeting of the College Faculty today in University 5 at 3.30 P. M.

Our esteemed contemporary, the "Still-alive" calls for more horse-cars on the Union Railroad.

There will be a meeting of the Scientific Faculty at University 5 today at 7.30 P. M.

Ex-Captain Hammond took his last row with the crew on Friday. He leaves soon for California.

On Saturday the University of Pennsylvania beat Rutgers in foot-ball, -18 to 0.

Three members of the Springfield bicycle club rode on Sunday from Springfield to Boston, a distance of 105 miles in 12 hours, 30 minutes.

Oscar Wilde, is going to try politics. He will join the Irish party, desiring a seat as a Parnellite. Oscar was once a conservative.

Mr. Wendell will criticise Theme II today before the Junior Class at 2 P. M. in Sever 11. Those who have a conflict at 2 will kindly come at 3.

Today at 2, Mr. Laughlin will meet those of his section who desire to come in his four hour course of Political Economy I.

The eleven will play the University of Michigan next Thursday.

The Boston Union nine has secured the old Coliseum grounds on Huntington avenue to play on.

The Yale Bicycle Club had its first hare and hounds race on Saturday, Kimberley, '84, and Maxwell, '85, were the hares.

The Rev. Mr. Houghton declares that a race track in the city would do more good to New Haven than an addition to Yale College. [News.

The Cambridge "Jeffersonian," gives a half a column of "Harvard College Notes," and four inches of "Yale College Twinkles."

During our game with Princeton, Saturday, Kimball, '86 was severely injured in the face but very pluckily played on doing some of the best work for our team.

The referee in the Princeton game, Mr. Tompkins of Yale, was very fair and impartial, giving the greatest satisfaction to both teams.

Mr. J. R. Lowell has a good prospect of being elected lord rector of St. Andrews University as Mr. W. H. Mallock has withdrawn because he had no chance.

The editor of the Advertiser, Mr. Stanwood, retired on Saturday. It is said that Professor Dunbar of Harvard, a former editor, will succeed him.

The following is taken from a letter to the Oberlin Review :-My three hours visit made me like Harvard. Her students are evidently gentlemen, and during my short stay I saw not one element of rowdyism which is observed so much in some Eastern colleges.

St. Paul's society will be addressed by Rev. Frederick Courtney, Wednesday, Nov. 21, Rev. Percy Browne, Wednesday, Dec. 5, Rev. Philips Brooks, Thursday, Dec. 13, and Rev. Henry Nash, Wednesday, Dec. 19. The services will be in the rooms of the Society, 17 Grays, at 7 P. M.

The Yale crew are now being coached every day by Captain Flanders, who pulled bow oar on the last year's crew. The "Cooke stroke" differs in a marked degree from the stroke of last year. The former stroke was a short sweep, with a quick recover ; now the sweep is very long, the recovery slow. In the former stroke the legs and back were used in a quick, jerky manner, which is now superseded by not using the legs at all, the back being kept rigid until the completion of the stroke.

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