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Andover easily defeated Lawrenceville yesterday by the score of 42 to 0.

B. P. Twichell, of Hartford, has been elected manager of the Yale freshman baseball team.

Professor Macvane and Mr. Wentworth have been engaged to deliver a course in European history at M. I. T.

Frank P. Quimby, quarterback on this year's Andover eleven, was yesterday elected captain for next season.

The Sophomore Debating Club has decided to challenge the Freshman club for a debate to be held the first part of January.

The managers of the Dartmouth, Williams and Amherst athletic teams met on Saturday at Dartmouth to draw up a new constitution for the triangular athletic league of New England.

Professor George L. Goodale is to deliver a series of twelve lectures this winter on "Food Plants and their Products," in Huntington Hall, Boston, under the auspices of the Lowell Institute.

The registration committee of the American Athletic Union has decided to enforce the registration of amateur football players next year. This rule will apply to all leading athletic club players but will not be binding on men playing on college or preparatory school teams.

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