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It is not probable that the nine will play this fall.
The annual fall tennis tournament is now is progress at Yale.
Several men are already in training for the fall handicap meeting.
All the college printing is now done in the basement of University.
Professor Goodale is expected to return from Europe within a fortnight.
Mr. E. T. Sanders, '85, has returned to Cambridge, and will enter the Law School.
Mr. T. P. Sanborr, '86, is the New England editor of the Springfield Republican.
The Lampoon this year loses the services of Messrs. Noble, Purdon and Stewart.
Two hundred and twenty-eight men have already entered the freshman class.
Professor James is unable to meet his classes this week on account of sickness.
The Yale eleven will play their first game with Wesleyan at New Haven, on October 6.
A new belfry has been put on Harvard Hall, but the old design and bell have been retained.
Three courts on Holmes Field back of the base-ball seats will have nets put around them Saturday.
Mr. Smith, an old member of the Wesleyan eleven, played with the 'varsity team yesterday.
Mr. Finney, an old member of the Princeton team, will probably be a candidate for the 'varsity eleven.
Natural History 2. The first lecture will be given on Saturday morning, Oct. 2, at 10 o'clock. It is important for every member of the class to be present.
Mr. Hayes requests all who desire instruction in elocution to meet him at 2 p.m., in Holden, on Wednesday of next week.
Mr. W. A. Leahy, '88, has written a tragedy of high merit, which is to be published by a well known Boston house.
Foot-ball practice began at Yale last Saturday. Pike, of Wesleyan, has entered Yale '89, and will play on the team.
Professor Faxon has tendered his resignation, which has been accepted, and his courses will be carried on by Dr. Ayers.
Service will be held in the Chapel tomorrow night. Morning Chapel will be held for the first time this year on Thursday of next week.
Rev. Richard Montague has been compelled to give up his pastoral duties for a year and will therefore be unable to act as a preacher in charge.
It is rumored that Smith, '86, last year's first baseman, and Winslow, '85, captain of the '85 'varsity nine, will enter the Law School this year.
Jesse Dame, '88, S. S., has been elected captain of the Yale 'varsity nine for the ensuing year. John Rogers, Jr., '87, will captain the Yale crew.
The first text-book in Pol. Economy 2 is a reprint of the article in the "Britannica Encyclopedia," by the celebrated economist J. K. Ingram.
The subscription list of the CRIMSON for last year was the largest of any student paper in the world. The Oxford paper is not published by students.
Exeter's preliminary catalogue is out with a total of 258 men representing thirty different states and territories, and one foreign country. Williston numbers 83 all told.
Professor Taussig desires to see at his room, 20 Holworthy, between 11 and 1 to-day, all those who wish to take his course and have not seen him or put in an application at the office.
The second ten from '89 of the Institute of 1770 is: Woodbury, Norman, Keyes, Parker, Agassiz, Saltonstall, McKean, Perkins, Gray, Lydig. Philip Dexter, '88, was admitted as an honorary member.
In the freshman cane rush at Cornell the freshmen were so hard pressed that they passed the cane to a junior, and in that manner managed to keep their much coveted hickory stick.
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