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Fitzhugh '91, has returned to college.
Number 2 of the Lampoon came out yesterday.
A New literary monthly called The Inlander has been started at Ann Arbor College.
The Columbia Inter-collegiate team has commenced training on the Berkeley Oval.
On Tuesday Yale was beaten by Williams at baseball in a six inning game by a score of 9 to 2.
Watriss '92, has been obliged to stop rowing with his class crew on account of an attack of the grippe.
Young and Brokaw, the Princeton battery, have been elected members of the New York Athletic Club.
A number of canoeists, who are members of the B. A. A. are contemplating a canoe trip down the St. John's River.
The Yale nine has received a serious drawback in the accident to its captain, Calhoun. In sliding to base he dislocated his shoulder, and probably will not be able to play again for six weeks. In the meanwhile Poole '91 will act as captain.
Marks for the March hour examination in English A came out yesterday. There were 23 A's, 80 B's, 129 C's, 105 D's, and 47 E's.
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