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The Cornell Sun was not published on Washington's Birthday.

The Columbia College Glee Club will give a concert in Yonkers, N. Y., next week.

Thos. Nast, it is again reported, is about to retire from business with the Harpers. The Weekly has contained nothing of his for several weeks.

A party of Princeton students will visit Texas next summer to study the flora of that State. The Chicago Tribune prophesies a bad season, consequently, for the cow-boys.

A punster asks : Could Socrates the girls? Could Bartholomew? Could Shakespeare an eel? Could Shylock a bank safe? Could Cataline his trouserloons? Could Americus? Could Livingstone a tom-cat. - [Ex.

The American Institute of Archaeology propose to open this coming October or November, an American School of Greek Literature and Antiquities at Athens. The chairman of the committee in charge is Professor John Williams White, and the institution is to be modelled after the French and German schools already established.

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