Lampoon out today.

There are but 382 boarders now at Memorial.

There was a cut in Freshman German yesterday.

A correspondent speaks of Harvard as an "AEsthetic Manufactory."

Mr. M. H. Clark, '83, is at home, suffering from an attack of malarial fever.


Mr. Livingston has resigned the position of captain on the freshman tug of war team.

The banquet of the Northwestern Graduate Association of the A. Delta. Phi. was held in Chicago Tuesday evening.

Capt. Dean of the senior crew came back yesterday. He has been suffering from a severe attack of lung fever.

Oscar is reported as complaining that there are no ruins in America. Oscar has evidently not seen the Yale Record.

Prof. Mommsen is restoring his library and collections in ancient history. He is about to go to Italy to search for inscriptions.

Snodkins claims that he is a mailed knight - it requires so many stamps to carry him through. Second-class matter, perhaps.

The University of St. Petersburg is to have a new astronomical observatory; and a new professorship has been created for its director.

The Hartford High School, burned January 24, is to be rebuilt. Many graduates of this school have entered Harvard as well as Yale.

The board of trustees have determined to establish a mechanical department in Girard College. Five thousand dollars have been appropriated for a beginning.

A horse with an empty sleigh ran away last evening from in front of Memorial just before the concert began. No one was injured, but the sleigh was badly damaged.

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