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Game with Brown at Providence this afternoon.

Mr. Sheldon, instructor in German, sails soon for Europe.

Professor C. C. Everett preached in college chapel yesterday.

The Mott Haven group will be taken Tuesday at 2 P. M., on the steps of Matthews.

"Professor of the Tonsorial Art" is what the circular of a Cambridge barber proclaims him to be.

Professor W. T. Harris is mentioned as the possible future head of the Missouri State University.

At the meeting of the Pierian Sodality on Saturday there was no quorum, and consequently no election of officers occurred.

The number of students at the Louisiana State University has doubled during the past year, and the instution shows improvement in many ways.

Colorado College has just held its first commencement. Two young men were graduated, and President Tenny was formally inaugurated.

Occupants of the south entry of Thayer complain justly of a man who persists in blowing a fish-horn - he calls it a trombone - during study hours.

There is a Trinity College in North Carolina, as well as in Connecticut. Rev. Mr. Talmage delivered the annual sermon before the students June 7.

The examinations of the third year in the Medical School begin today, the second year on Saturday, and the first year one week from Wednesday.

C. S. Smith has been appointed to the new professorship in modern languages at Columbia, and H. H. Boyesen, formerly instructor, has been made full professor in German.

The lacrosse team has received an invitation to participate in the amateur championship tournament at New York on the 24th inst., but owing to the examinations it is unlikely that they will enter.

The Boston Herald says : "During the past week Manager Bancroft of the Detroit Club offered Coolidge, Harvard's second baseman, $300 a month to play with the Detroits. He couldn't get him for $1000 per month."

A complimentary dinner was given to the Yale freshmen Saturday evening at the Parker House. Numerous speeches and toasts were given and both nines were heartily cheered. About one hundred were present.

Students at the University of Virginia are wont to visit the grave of Jefferson and pledge in burning draughts of mountain whiskey the memory of that departed patriot. The removal of his remains would be a blow to the educational interests of the State. - [Ex.

The dates assigned for the various college regattas are : For the Childs Challenge Cup, between the four-oared crews of Princeton and the University of Pennsylvania, June 23; four-mile race between the eight-oared crews of Harvard and Columbia at New London, Saturday, June 24; annual Harvard-Yale race at New London, Friday, June 30; the Lake George race between Cornell, Bowdoin, Wesleyan, Princeton and probably the University of Pennsylvania, Tuesday, July 4.

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