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Marks are out in Greek VI.

The regular meeting of the St. Paul's Society occurs tonight for the election of officers.

The Spectator denies that Columbia is unable to support her crews, and says that both the university and freshman crews will row.

The Yale Athletic Association proposes to substitute gold watch-chains, scarf-pins, &c., as prizes, instead of the ordinary bronze medals.

The body of the members are from the undergraduate department, that portion of the university funishing 566, and all the other departments 147.

The Glee Club has voted to accept the invitation of the Chicago Harvard Club to visit Chicago and sing in that city. The trip will take place during the spring recess.

The Yale papers express themselves very strongly against the recent personal attack of the New York Tribune, and believe that such methods are likely to do more injury than benefit to the cause of protection even in a college so little inclined to free trade as Yale.

Harper's Weekly thinks that when college students cease putting wagons astride the ridge of gymnasiums, enticing stray horses into college belfries and climbing lightning rods after flags, it will be time enough to talk about putting up fire escapes for them.

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