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'90 vs. '91 to day on Jarvis Field at 3 o'clock.
First vesper service of the season today at 5 p. m.
There will be an hour examination in Philosophy II to-morrow.
Seward, pitcher of the Athletics, will train the Williams nine next year.
The Thanksgiving number of Harper's Weekly contains a full page illustration of a "tackle" in football.
There is to be a tug-of-war competition between teams representing local boat-clubs to-morrow evening in Union Hall, Cambridge port.
G. A. Carpenter has been elected captain of the Pierian Sodality eleven and a challenge for a football game has been sent to the Glee Club.
In a test at Newport between the old and modern types of government steam launches, the latter proved itself far superior in speed and towing capabilities.
It is interesting to note the account given by the Yale News of Corbin's "little trick:" "Corbin is unguarded by the Harvard center and takes advantage of it to kick the ball forward a few inches and then carry it about twenty yards." If this is a true statement of the trick can the rules have been observed?
Among the students at Hampton, Va., are one hundred and twenty Indians.
The Yale seniors have elected the following class officers: Class orator, Orlando Isbel, of New Haven: class poet, Fred Palmer Solley, of Orange, N. J.; statistician, F. A. Verplank, of Norwich, Conn.
The senior class of Dartmouth are having a great deal of trouble over the election of class-day officers. The minority, numbering 20 men, have adopted the measure of refusing to pay the regular graduating class tax.
At the meeting of the Zoological Club to night, Mr. W. F. Ganong will present a paper on the "Origin of the Acadian Fauna." The east door of the museum will be open from 7.15 till 7.30 p. m.
President Whitney, of the West End Railway Company, which now controls all the Boston and the Cambridge street-railways, says that electric cars are not yet in a state of perfection to perform practical work, and that he will probably institute a system of cable cars.
The third number of the new illustrated monthly magazine called the Curio is just out and is even more interesting than its predecessors. It is published in New York, London and Paris, and is devoted to genealogy, heraldry. coins, autographs, rare books, works of art, and other colonial relics.
It was closely contested, was a highly creditable display of the science of football, and was won by the superior and harmonious team play of Yale. Harvard played a rushing game almost entirely, while punting was a strong factor in Yale's play. The rush line work of Harvard was excellent and the interference and the halfback play, especially that of Sears, was exceptionally good, and at times brilliant.- Yale News.
The Yale News, in its account of the Thanksgiving game which appeared last Monday, while according plentiful praise to the work of our team, still does not hesitate to publish such an apparent misstatement of fact as the following: "Sears then runs with the ball, but time being called before he passes the Yale rushers, they do not attempt to tackle him, and he carries it over the line, but too late to be counted."
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