Fact and Rumor

Holy Cross defeated Bowdoin, Tuesday afternoon, by a score of 28 to 0.

Dana, L. S., is rowing No. 2 in the '90 boat.

The mid-year marks in History 9 are out.

The sixteenth annual banquet of the Yale Record was held on Tuesday evening.

The Harvard Club of Boston gave a successful concert at Albany on Tuesday evening.


The Princeton Club of New York holds its annual meeting tonight at the Hotel Brunswick.

A large number of new books have been reserved in the reading room of the library.

The Harvard Banjo Club gave a short but pleasant concert in the yard last Tuesday night.

B. P. Cheeney is coxswaining the sophomore crew in place of Livingstone.

Monday afternoon a stray bullet broke one of the windows in the library of the Law School.

A. E. Frye, first year Law School, has just published a book called "Child and Nature."

There will be a one-hour examination in Mathematics F on Wednesday, May 2, at U. 16.

Teemer, the champion single sculler, rowed on the Charles River, Tuesday afternoon.

Baseball games yesterday: Boston, 1; Washington, 0 (11 innings); Philadelphia, 5; New York, 3.

Mr. Hochdorfer denies as wholly unfounded the rumor that he intends to go to Europe this summer.