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Curtis rowed with the 'Varsity yesterday.

The nine will play the Hartford's at Hartford next Wednesday.

Hickox, '87, is playing left field on the Yale' Varsity nine.

Mr. Leigh Bonsal has been elected scorer of the University nine.

The breakfast hour at Memorial is from 7.30 to 9; dinner from 6 to 7.

We understand that Yale '87 are already playing a very steady game.

The Freshmen will play the Adams Academy nine, Quincy, on April 19th.

Clarkson, formerly of the Beacons, will play with the Saginaw nine the coming season.

Large quantities of fine cinders are being screened to form a top layer on the new quarter-mile track.

The first College exhibition game will be played with the Brown nine at Cambridge on April 25th.

The sixth competition for the Walnut Hill Cup will be shot at Watertown this afternoon.

The National Lawn Tennis Association has decided to hold the next annual tournament at Newport the last three days of August and Sept. 1. The ball adopted for use in all the games of the association clubs in America in place of the English ball heretofore in use.

Princeton will enter at least one man for every event in the inter-collegiate athletic games in May. [Ex.

The game with the Tremonts, which was to have been played yesterday, was postponed on account of the inclement weather.

Under the auspices of the Harvard Finance Club, Professor Hunt will lecture this evening on "The Iron Industry."

Mr. Briggs will lecture today on argumentative composition, special subject: "The Syllogism and the Common Fallacies."

The Divinity Hall course of lectures will be continued by Dr. H. P. Bowditch. Subject: "The Advancement of Medicine by Research."

The contract for the saddling of the new diamond has been given to Mr. Eveleth, and work will be begun as soon as the weather permits.

J. K. Simpson, another on the men chosen for the European lacrosse team, will be remembered as a billiard player on the Harvard team of last year.

The Courant announces the board of editors of the Yale Quip as follows: W. S. Case, H. L. Doggett, G. E. Vincent; and D. W. Mulvane, business manager.

The Hasty Pudding Theatricals will be given on the evenings of April 24th and 26th at Union Hall, Boston. Announcement of the sale of tickets will be made in a few days.

The treasurer of the Princeton Football Association shows in his accounts a total expenditure of $1,912.04. The association has been self-supporting, having collected no subscriptions whatever.

The freshmen have shown a marked improvement in their playing since they have been in the field. Both Whistling and Baker are promising pitchers, and Varick and Litchfield are doing well behind the bat.

Notification comes from the office at U. 5 that the groups of examinations on Saturday, June 7 Tuesday, June 10 will be inter-changed. Freshmen recitations will cease on Saturday, June 7.

There will be a one-hour optional examination in Greek 3, on Friday, at 11. This paper may be substituted for a third paper. Professor White asks members of his section to leave bluebooks on the desk in the recitation room, before Friday.

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