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Sixty men have been summoned this week.
The Wesleyan library contains 33,000 volumes.
The next Sophomore Theme will be due March 13.
At the Princeton games, Adams, '86, put the shot 35 feet 2 inches.
Of the 260 men in Brown, 107 are members of secret fraternities.
Mr. Yyng, '77, will play with the Staten Island nine this season.Fault is found with the way the freshman nine is supported by the class.
The sixth winter meeting of the Yale Athletic Association took place yesterday.
The Ohio legislature wishes to consolidate Columbus, Miamis and Athens universities.
The Columbia law-school building is to be furnished with the Edison incandescent lights.
Wesleyan has decided to put a crew in training for the inter-collegiate regatta at Saratoga.
A proposition is being made to form an Academy in the United States similar to the one in France.
The University of St. Andrews has resolved to confer the degree of LL. D. Upon Mr. James Russell Lowell.
The Baltimore College of Physicians and Surgeons graduated a class of one hundred and twenty-seven men Thursday.
The eight men receiving the highest average rank at Bowdoin during the year will take part in the senior and junior exhibition.
A large proportion of the Dartmouth junior class is threatened with suspension on account of dishonesty in the recent examinations.
The Law School and the '84 tug-of-war teams have entered for the Technology games this afternoon. Two men have entered for the sparring.
The marks for the semi-annual examination have been given out in most of the courses. History 1, 2 and Sophomore Rhetoric remain to be heard from.
The Bostons will play the Chicagos in Boston on May 13, 14, 17, 19; their first championship game will be played in Boston on May 1st with the Buffalos.
Dr. McCosh advised the disaffected Princeton students to lay their grievances before four lawyers. He says the faculty can prove the falsity of the charge and asks the students not to injure their college by making their wrongs public.
There will be a written examination in Greek 7 on Saturday, covering the work gone over since the midyears. The section will commence the first book of Thucydides on Thursday of next week. The Tuesday recitations will be devoted entirely to lectures.
The Amherst College nine will be made up as follows: Sullivan and Wheeler, catchers; Hawes, pitcher and captain; Gardner, first base; Buffum, second base; Marble, third base; Taylor, short stop; Hunt, left field; Kimble, centre field, and Sturat, right field.
The following twenty-five men have been elected members of the Hasty Pudding Club from '85 to form an electoral committee for the election of the rest of the club from that class: Atkinson, Baldwin, Corroll, Chanler, Codman, Crocker, Curtis, Delano, French, Gardiner, Homans, Howard, Hoyt, Lawrence, McArthur, McCook, Mumford, Simpkins, Storer, Storrow, Taylor, J. E. Thayer, Trask, Weed, Winthrop.
The following lectures are to be given in Sever 11 under the auspices of the Harvard Finance Club. The last three form a series intended to give the present position of the three great manufacturing industries in the United States. March 21, Edward Atkinson, Esw., What makes the Rate of Wages? April 10, Prof. T. Sterry Hunt, The Iron Industry. April 17, Thomas Pray, Jr., The Cotton Industry. April 28, Roland Hazard, The Wooden Industry.
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