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Le Moyne will play in Saturday's game.
The freshman lacrosse team play Andover today at Andover.
The final matches in the tennis tournament will be played next Monday.
Rev. D. G. Lyon will conduct week-day morning prayers from May 24 till June 21.
The degree of LL. D. is to be conferred on Prof. Goodwin by Cambridge University, England, on June 13.
The Manhattan Cricket Club defeated Columbia, May 19th, at Prospect Park, by a score of 85 to 40. One inning.
The straw hats for the freshman crew and nine and the university nine were made by Collins & Fairbanks.
The last recitation this year in Sophomore Rhetoric under Mr. Drennan was held yesterday.
During the past term, the Austrian universities had 11,265 students. Of these, 5,010 were in the University of Vienna.
Columbia proposes to start a college magazine which shall be modelled to a considerable extent after the style of the defunct Harvard Register.
Michigan University is the latest accession to the list of colleges co-operating in maintaining the American School of Classical Studies at Athens.
W. H. McKinney, a Choctaw Indian, who graduates at Roanoke College this year, will deliver a commencement oration in the Indian language.
The students of the University of Pennsylvania propose to take up lacrosse and make it the distinctive sport of their college.
Now it is said that Dartmouth College thought of giving Benjamin F. Butler an LL. D. last year in company with Senator Bayard, but when the Delaware gentleman heard the programme he informed the college authorities that they must choose between him and Gen. Butler. They did so choose. [Ex.
FINAL EXAMINATIONS.Friday, June 1: Greek 11, Sever 37; English 5 and Italian 3, Sever 35; Philosophy 2, U. E. R.; History 14, U. 20; Physics 4, U. E. R; Chemistry 1. Sever 37; Chemistry 3, Boylston; Natural History 4, Mass. 1 and 3.
Saturday, June 2: Greek 5 and 6 and Latin 3, Sever 37; Political Economy 3, History 16, Music 1, and Physics 3, Sever 35; Natural History 3, Sever 37.
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