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Bowdoin has a flute club.
"Whatsoever a man seweth, that shall he also rip."
Bowdoin has 146 classical and 112 medical students.
A poem on Dean Stanley has been written by Matthew Arnold.
There were many heavy snow-slides from the college buildings yesterday.
Of the forty-seven students at the Yale Art School, thirty-five are ladies.
The town of Haddem, Conn., is said to entertain no fear of the small-pox. Why?
The walks and paths were early attended to yesterday, and by noon were well cleared.
It is hoped that the college will be dug out of the snow-drifts by the time recitations begin again.
A large gang of men were at work all last night cleaning off the tracks of the Union Railway Co.
A student has advertised on the Memorial bulletin board to vaccinate students at the rate of fifty cents apiece.
Regular entry-ways were yesterday driven through some of the great snow drifts in front of Memorial and other buildings.
The Advocate tomorrow will be the last number of the volume, and will contain the index of contributors during the last half-year.
Another necessary postponement of the smoking cars on the Union R. R. They will be started as soon as two horses can be used for a car.
We hope that a report of the cost of board at Memorial during January, may soon be made out for the benefit of the many who want to know.
The professor in Mrs. Burnett's novel, "Through One Administration," is said to be a picture of Prof. Simon Newcomb of the National Observatory.
A Christmas echo : "I have found my stocking just as full as it could be. Somebody has given me a lead pencil." - [Attributed to Sarah Bernhardt.
There has been a good deal of discussion of late respecting the habit of allowing examiners at Oxford to be the "coaches" of some of those whom they examine.
A number of men have their class photographs already finished. Those who leave early orders will probably have the pleasure of seeing their pictures in a large frame in some shop window.
FURNITURE. Parlor, Chamber, Dining Room, Library and Office Furniture. An immense stock in the warerooms of PAINE'S manufactory, 48 Canal street, opposite Boston & Maine depot.
The latest "aesthetic movement" on record was when the Harvard freshmen waded home through the deep snow from Oscar Wilde's lecture in their ulsters and knee-breeches, their unprotected calves shivering in the cold. - [Herald.
"They would like you as one of their student traders, and your order for some sort of a garment, if only a trouser, would be appreciated by them and prove a satisfaction to you. These goods are immediate in style." - [Extract from a tailor's circular about college.
A new laboratory for the use of the academic department at Yale is to be built. It will be situated opposite the gymnasium, and will be built of brick, with plain exterior. Work on the laboratory will be begun in about a month, and will be pushed forward to completion in about a year from the start.
"Yale," says the New Haven Register, "should let Princeton and Harvard bear off the undisputed palm for rowdyism and boorishness." That would be an excellent thing for Yale, no doubt, but the boys are likely to make a good fight for that "palm" yet. - [Herald.
The Union Theological Seminary of New York, besides the gift of $200,000 from Ex-Gov. Morgan, has lately received donations amounting to about $180,000, and also has $80,000 promised for the endowment of a professorship. And yet its officers claim that it is in need of $175.000 more.
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