Fact and Rumor.

Eighty-five and eighty-eight play to-day on Jarvis.

The steam launch was launched yesterday morning.

The Memorial Halls play the Athletics to-day at 2.30 on the common.

The Yale-Amherst game was postponed Saturday on account of rain.


The Canoe Club regatta occurs on Wednesday of this week.

Dartmouth defeated Brown at Providence, yesterday, by a score of 8 to 1.


The '87 nine forfeited a game to '86 yesterday, by a score of 9 to 0.

Chemistry I men must return their apparatus before next Wednesday.

The "mob" received a full share of the praise in last night's performance.

The second year honor examination in Mathematics will be held from 2 to 5 P. M. today, in Sever 24.

Class games this week: Tuesday, '88 vs. '85; Thursday, '86 vs. '85; Friday, '86 vs. '88.

Yesterday afternoon the '86 crew broke its record of the last two years. It won two races with a scratch eight composed of many old oarsmen, on the course in front of the boat-house.

The Dartmouth freshmen have voted to allow members of '86 to carry canes, thus putting an end to future cane rushes.

Excursions in N. H. 8 this week are to Nantasket, Tuesday and Wednesday, May 26 and 27. Steamboat leaves Rowe's wharf at 2.10 P. M.

Telegrams announcing the results of the Mott Haven sports, and the Princeton game were read at the Yale freshman dinner, last Saturday.

The score made by Dartmouth in her game of yesterday against Brown indicates that the game on our grounds to-morrow will be close and interesting.