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Fact and Rumor.


Mr. Bancroft, '88, was elected regular foot-ball correspondent of the CRIMSON at its last meeting.

Mr. R. B. Mahany, '88, has returned to college.

Seats will be re-assigned at Memorial in a few days.

Charles H. Taft, '81, has returned to Cambridge to practice dentistry.

The morning prayers in Appleton Chapel continue to be well attended.

A bull owned by Mr. Keyes, '87 weighing 1600 lbs. took the first prize at the New England Agricultural show in Boston.

Holden has only sprained his ankle, but it is probably serious enough to prevent his playing foot-ball any more this year.

The pamphlets for the first half year in History 13, which are now being distributed separately, will shortly be reprinted and published in one volume.

The indications are that the present senior class will be the largest graduating class known in the history of the university.

The annual tennis tournament between Exeter and Andover will be played at Andover next Saturday, October 16.

Dartmouth is strongly in favor of forming an athletic league of New England colleges, excluding Harvard and Yale.

St. Paul's sent twenty men to Yale's freshman class this year; Phillips Andover, fifteen; Phillips Exeter, twelve; and Williston, seven.

The poem "Ever So Long Ago," lately published by the Lampoon has been set to music by Miss Grace Jordan. The composer has sent a copy of her work to the Lampoon office.

The floating debt of the Yale University Boat Club has been reduced $581.35. The total improvement in financial condition is $1181.35.

About forty men tried for the Glee Club last week, many of whom possessed excellent voices; but as the club is limited as to numbers, not more than three men will be taken on this year.

The Boston Globe will devote considerable space to the coming 250th anniversary of the college. J. A. Gallivan, '88, will serve as special correspondent for the Globe in connection with the event.

The various Boston and New York papers will have the following correspondents during the ensuing year: Boston Advertiser, and Record, M. D. Mitchell, '87; Boston Journal, M. C. Hobbs, L. S.; Boston Post, H. G. Perkins, '87; Boston Globe, C. H. Taylor, Jr., '90; N. Y. Herald, L. Luce. '87; N. Y. Sun, C. H. Pennypacker, '88; N. Y. Times, M. C. Hobbs, L. S.; N. Y. World, C. C. King, L. S.; N. Y. Evening Post, L. McK. Garrison, '88.

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