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The Yale Quip is on sale at Sever's.
Baker will play with the nine today.
Courtney is at present coaching the Cornell crew.
The Columbia freshmen will go on to the river in about two weeks.
Mr. Robert Grant's "Average Man" is to be published in book form within a few weeks.
Columbia was well represented at the Hasty Pudding theatricals in New York.
The committee on the sophomore dinner particularly requests that no dress suits be worn.
The play given at the benefit of the Yale navy, will be produced again in New York.
The nine will leave Porter's Station for Fitchburg on Saturday morning on the 11.15 train.
Mr. Dole will have charge of the men at Yale who are in training for the Mott Haven games.
The second volume of Professor McMaster's "History of the American People" will appear in the fall.
Mr. John T. Morse, Jr., will write the life of John Adams in the "American Statesman" series.
The graduating class at the Dartmouth school of engineering, has just passed its final examinations.
At a recent canvass made at the University of Wisconsin to obtain the choice for presidential candidate among the students, Blaine received 77 votes, Edmunds 24 and Arthur 14.
Up to noon yesterday 103 names had been signed at Bartlett's for the sophomore class dinner, which takes place tonight.
The uniforms for the freshman nine arrived yesterday. They will be worn for the first time in tomorrow's game at Quincy.
Tickets for the lacrosse game Saturday can be bought at Leavitt and Pierce's, and of the members of the team. Admission, 25 cts.
Any members of the shooting club wishing rifle practice will take the 12 o'clock train for Walnut Hill, tomorrow.
The Advocate will appear Saturday morning instead of Friday afternoon as usual, and will contain the sophomore class poem in full.
The game with Brown this afternoon promises to be an extremely close contest. It will be the first game in which our nine has met a first-class team.
Laval University, Montreal, together with its affiliating schools of law and medicine, is in danger of being closed ; owing to financial mismanagement.
The present editorial board of the Yale Courant is the handsomest that has ever graced that paper, according to a recent statement in the Lasell Leaves.
The Columbia University crew has just begun rowing on the water. The prospects are not as bright as last year, and the average weight of the crew will probably be not over 160 pounds.
The managers of the freshman nine ought to bestir themselves and have arrangements made for some more games with neighboring school nines. Neither Andover nor Exeter have yet been challenged.
The election of directors of Memorial Hall last evening resulted as follows : From '85, Davidson and McArthur ; from '86, Huddleston and Rogers ; from '87, G. A. Morrison and W. B. Scofield ; from the law school, Houston and McIvor ; from the scientific school, R. Hayward : and from the divinity school, H. L. Wheeler.
A close and exciting game of ball was played on Jarvis field yesterday morning between table 24 and Asonets. The features of the play were a catch of a long fly by Edgerly in the seventh inning and the pitching and catching of each battery. The game resulted in favor of the Asonets by a score of 12 to 11.
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