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Yale seniors have ordered class day pipes from Germany.
Princeton plays Yale at New Haven on Wednesday.
Professor F. G. Peabody sailed for Europe last Saturday.
The New York Harvard Club has a membership now of 603.
The National Athletic team will strat for Europe June 1st.
George Bancroft, the historian is the only living member of the class of '17.
A Japanese student has been elected president of the sophomore class at Yale.
A very large delegation of Yale men will attend the Chatauqua summer school.
Ex-President Rutherford B, Hayes, has been giving a series of lectures on political economy at Oberlin.
Professor Wendell will lecture in English B today on the elective courses in English.
Rutgers College forfeited its game with Stevens Institute in the Metropolitan Lacrosse League series on May 14.
The tenth ten of the Institute of 17770 from '91 are, McGeoch, Bowman, DeNormandie, Cummings, Stead, Dabney, W. Sears, Bell, Pease, Blaney.
The committee in charge of raising money for the Columbia foot ball team has already obtained $1000, and two elevens will begin training on September 10.
C. Carmichael of the Lawrence cricket team has been engaged to bowl for the Harvard cricket team, so as to give the men practice in swift bowling for the Pennsylvania game.
The course in Electrical Engineering at Columbia, which will be given next fall will be under the charge of Mr. Francis B. Crocker, president of the New York Electrical Society.
On Thursday the Yale corporation elected Professor Albert S. Cook Ph. D. of the University of California, to the professorship of English vacated five years ago by Professor Northrop. Professor Cook received his degree of Ph. D. from John Hopkins University.
Mr. Alexander Agassiz, representing an unknown person has recently purchased more than 70,000 square feet of land fronting on Charles river, near Putnam avenue. It is the intention of the purchaser to present this land to Harvard College for the use of the Harvard Rowing Club. The land is situated in a direct line from the college ground, and owing to the absence of strong tides at this point is better adapted to the use of the club than its present situation.
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