Ervin Wardman, formerly of '89, is on the staff of the New York Tribune.
Porter, '88, was in Cambridge yesterday, and went out to see the football practice.
Markoe, '89, centre rush of last year's eleven, will not return to college this fall.
Outing for October has an interesting article on "Crew Training," by Stevenson, captain of last year's Yale crew.
Holden and Porter, half-backs of last year's eleven, are not expected to play football this fall.
The health of Professor Cook has materially changed for the better during his summer's vacation at Newport.
In the Yale rush the freshmen were victorious, but the sophomores carried off the honors in the wrestling match.
P. B. Valle, '91, has just returned from Paris where he has passed the summer.
The list of the men in the freshman class will be published in the CRIMSON in a few days.
The tennis courts on Holmes and Jarvis were well filled with players yesterday afternoon.
Freshmen were unusually fortunate in drawing rooms this year, a large number having been allotted to them.
Wellesley College has been obliged to refuse many candidates for entrance from lack of room. The attendance is at present over seven hundred.
Cunningham, '87, after a year of study abroad, has entered the Law School.
Slade, '90, has left college and entered the freshman class of the Institute of Technology.
S. C. Manley, '89, had a narrow escape from a serious injury, yesterday, by a brick falling from the top of the new addition to the Agassiz Museum.