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Bowdoin will not have a crew this year.

Brown and Young will be the Princeton battery this year.

A new literary magazine is to be established at Andover.

There will be no Exeter-Andover Club Banquet this year at Yale.

The new University Eating Club will be started at Princeton about Feb. 11th.

Prof. Sears of Brown lectured in Auburndale Thursday evening.

There are 3292 students in the University of Munich.

The Colby University ball team is to be coached by Mains of the Cincinnatis.

Nine candidates for pitcher and six for catcher are still retained.

The N. E. A. A. A. U. has adopted some new laws for amateurs.

There are five candidates for pitcher and three for catcher at Amherst.

The Trimount A. C. defeated the Technology polo team last Thursday.

The University of Wisconsin has revised its entire course system.

The Yale 'varsity crew will race in the same shell they used last year. - Boston Globe.

Professor Adams will probably preside at the competitive debate of the Yale Union.

The annual reunion of the Zeta Psi Fraternity was held at the Parker House last evening.

The second drawing of the Phi Beta Kappa Society from the class of '92 at Amherst was announced Thursday.

Professor Norton has written an introduction to Ruskin's book on Greek Myths entitled "The Queen of the Air."

The new building, which is now being erected for the Sheffield Scientific School will cost $150,000.

The Orange Athletic Club is to convert its indoor tennis courts into a practice cage for the base ball players.

Perkins +++ is the Harvard representative on the executive committee of the New England Amateur Rouing Association.

Alexander J Cotheal, the counsel general of Nicaragua, has just given to Columbia College library the larger part of his collection of books and manuscripts. The works number about 1000, and are chiefly books on engineering and construction, and on Spanish and Oriental literatures.

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