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Brown has 270 students.

A letter from Harvard appears in the last Princetonian.

Members of the '84 nine, may get their prize cups by calling at No. 11 Matthews.

Fully forty men besides the choir and Rev. Mr. Drennan attended chapel exercises yesterday morning.

Professor Trowbridge has returned from Paris, where he attended the international electrical exhibition.

Rev. F. H. Hedge will preach in Appleton Chapel tomorrow at 7.30 P. M. upon "The First and Second Man."

The next concert by the Boston Symphony Orchestra takes place in Sanders Theatre next Thursday evening.

Dr. Sargent lectured last evening before the Y. M. C. U. of Boston on "What is Exercise" and "How to take it."

San Ah Brah, a Burmese nobleman who has been living in this country twelve years, has been graduated from three American colleges.

Dr. Holmes' professorship will be filled by Dr. Thomas Dwight, who has previously held the chair of Topographical Anatomy at the Medical School.

Mr. Tennyson, Mr. Gladstone and other distinguished men intend to be present at the performance in Greek of the "Ajax" of Sophocles, at Cambridge, University.

Professor Putnam's lecture next Thursday will be an account of Fort Ancient-Ohio, the largest pre-historic earthwork in the United States, which en, closes an area of one hundred acres, illustrated by a diagram of the fort.

Prof. Nichol of Glasgow University has in the press a work on American literature, which, in the form of an historical sketch, will bring under review the writers of America from the colonial period down to the present time.

Hon. C. R. W. Barnwell, a graduate of Harvard in the class of 1822, is dead, at the age of 81 years. Mr. Barnwell has been United States Representative and Senator and afterwards president of the University of South Carolina.

Harvard students will agree with the Advertiser in saying that what Cambridge needs more than competing horsecar lines is a steam-railway to run from Harvard square to Boston.

There is undoubtedly a reaction setting in against the excessive fostering of athletics. President Eliot has sounded the esoteric note, and now Dr. Crosby has taken up the cry; and we may be assured that, coming from such a man, it is but the signal for an attack all along the line. - [Cornell Sun.

Base-running is now the special qualification looked for by many club managers seeking to make up strong teams. Selecting a team according to batting averages is played out. The success of the Chicago team in 1882 was largely due to their good base-running and fielding. [Ex.

The council of the University of St. Petersburg has decided to expel 46 students who were the chief actors in the late disturbances. Their parents have been placed under police supervision. Twenty-three others have been expelled from the university with the understanding that they will be re-admitted if repentant.

"The time is not far distant when it shall be as much among the curiosities of history that one sex should ever have been debarred from the educational privileges accorded to the other, as it will be that the curse of slavery should have continued to darken the escutcheon of our Republic for a century after its foundation." - [President Barnard.

The following "whopper" comes to us by way of Yale: "Mr. Paul Tulane, of Princeton, N. J., has given $2,000,000 worth of property for the endowment of a college at New Orleans. In addition he has donated $400,000 to Harvard, $3,000,000 to Cornell, $2,000,000 to Boston University, and a number of sums ranging from $100,000 to half a million, to other institutions." - [Ex.

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