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The nine will not play the Harvard freshmen as the Gazette states. - [Exonian.
The New York World thinks that the crews Saturday will come in the order of the classes - '82, '83, '84, '85.
Twenty-nine students have dropped out of the present senior class at Brown University. The class originally numbered seventy-four.
The college will be represented in the coming inter-collegiate athletics by Terry, '84, Green, '84, and Symons, '85. - [Amherst Student.
Ex-Secretary Fish declares himself opposed to co-education "from the very fact that young men and young women are in the same classes."
The season of thesis preparation is especially hard on cats. One senior who has selected an anatomical subject boasts the slaughter already of six felines, and yet his thesis is not finished. [Cornell News.
Dartmouth entrance examinations will be held this year at Chicago and other distant cities. The trustees have lately received from the sophomore class the beginning of a permanent loan fund for needy students.
The Student thinks "that a comparison of the scores will show that the fielding has thus far as a rule been poor among all the nines. On the batting, Harvard has been most successful, while the most effective pitching has been done by Jones of Yale."
The Yale Courant encourages its freshman nine as follows: "Because the freshman nine was unfortunate in two of its games with the consolidated, a great deal of adverse criticism has been bestowed upon it, and perhaps justly, but the class should remember that no such pitcher will probably be encountered on freshman nines, that the nine hits hard, and that hard work, faithful training and good management are doing all that can be done."
Records and winners in the sophomore class games at Yale last Thursday were as follows: Running long jump, Scott, 18 ft. 4 3/4 in.; 100 yards dash, Jenks, 11 1/2s.; bicycle race, (two miles), Patterson, 8m. 20 5/8s.; 220 yards dash, Reynolds, 25s.; putting the shot, Farwell, 28 ft. 3 1/4 in.; half-mile run, Lambert, 2m. 14 3/4s.; throwing the hammer, Porter, 64 ft. 8 1/2 in.; mile run, Wolcott, 5m. 25 1/2s.
At Yale's university meeting on Saturday the following were the winners: Hurdle race, 120 yards, ten hurdles, H. H. Brooks, '85, 23 1/4s.; half-mile run, C. M. Kirkham, Sheffield, '84, 2.07; 100 yards dash, H. S. Brooks, '85, 10 3/4s.; quarter-mile run, A. Carr, '83, 55 3/4s.; 220 yards dash, H. S. Brooks, '85, 24 3/4s.; mile run, C. N. Morris, '82, 5m. 19 3/4s.; two-mile bicycle race. C. K. Billings, '82, 6m. 56s.; putting shot, J. H. Briggs, '85, 31 ft. 11 1/2 in.; running broad jump, J. F. Scott, '84, 17 ft. 10 1/4 in.; running high jump, H. S. Brooks, '85, 4 ft. 10 3/4 in.; hammer throwing, O. H. Briggs, Law School, 73 ft. 10 in.
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