Andover defeated Exeter in the anual foot-ball game Saturday.

Mr. Dean, the editor of the Wheel, is now in the Law School.

The Longwood cricket club will employ a professional trainer next season.

The '84 nine won the class championship at Yale.

The University of Pennsylvania has played three cricket matches, winning two out of three.


The Bicycle Club has taken seven runs this season, four of them being paper chases.

Dr. Ezra Abbott and Prof. J. H. Thayer, of this city are members of the Bible revision committee.

W. C. Camp, the trainer of the Yale foot-ball team has recently been laid up with an injured knee.

Yale defeated Columbia Saturday by a score of 8 goals and 4 touchdowns to 2 safety touchdowns.

The next volume in the "English Men of Letters" series will be "Bacon," by Dean Church.

Negotiations for a race of fifteen miles between the bicyclists John Keen and John S. Prince have been given up.

The Harvard Polo Club was represented in the races at the County Club at Clyde Park Saturday by members of '86.

The Harvard chapter of Delta Upsilon will meet this evening at 35 Grays, 7.30 o'clock. R. S. Bickford, Secretary.

Twelve men are at present in training for the Yale crew. The number will be increased at the end of the foot-ball season.

Yesterday's Herald and Globe contained extracts from Mr. Lowell's letter on sparring in the current numof the Advocate and both papers sustained the position taken by him.