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Tickets for the Beacon game this afternoon are to be had at Bartlett's.

Nichols will not pitch in this afternoon's game with the Beacons.

Attempts are being made at Yale to organize a freshman lacrosse twelve.

Wesleyan has decided to send a crew to the inter-collegiate regatta, at Saratoga, July 4th.

The Yale nine will play its first championship game with Brown, on May 3d, at Providence.

Professor Lovering will lecture this forenoon on "Electricity and Magnetism.

At the Kansas University, a term average of ninety or over exempts a student from examinations.

The shooting club will meet at Watertown this afternoon. A new match will be put on, at clay birds.

The Bostons will play the first championship game with the Buffaloes, on May 1st, at the Boston ball grounds.

Mr. H. H. Balch, the promoter of the European trip, has been elected captain of the national lacrosse team.

One graduate from Princeton, three from Yale, three from Brown, and others from smaller colleges, are now in the ranks of professional base-ball players.

There is to be a one-hour examination in Greek 1 next Monday. The examination will be taken from the "Prometheus."

Mr. Isaac Burk, the well-known botanical author, has presented the University of Pennsylvania with his large and valuable herbarium.

At the Cambridge University games, recently, the mile run was made in the splendid time of four minutes and twenty-seven and three-fifths seconds.

The Greek letter fraternity, Sigma Chi, has been suppressed at Wesleyan, and the faculty has forbidden the badge of this society to appear again in that institution.

The Beacon nine in the game today will be composed as follows: Richardson, c., Sawyer, 1st b., Coolidge, 2d b., Frederick, s. s., Welch, 3d b., Badger, 1. f., Ayer, c. f., Merrill, r. f.

The class of '86 at Harvard had a class supper followed by songs and speeches, last Friday evening. This seems to be the only way at Harvard to manifest and cherish class spirit. [Yale News.

Members of Greek 3 who failed to take the mid-year examination in that course are requested to immediately notify Professor White of the dates and subjects of their final examinations, that he may arrange a date for a makeup examination. The same applies to men who take Greek 2.

Princeton was defeated by the Domestics of Newark, last Saturday, to the tune of 11 to 6. The batting of Princeton was remarkably heavy. W. Moffatt, the new first baseman, and Edwards, who has been moved from first to second, covered their positions with much skill. The change battery, Dickey pitcher, and Shaw catcher, worked well together.

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