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Fact and Rumor.


Over 300 men have signed the forensic petition.

Mr. F. H. Root, '85, has been elected a member of the Signet.

Mr. J. M. Goodale, '85, has been elected a regular editor of the CRIMSON.

Instantaneous photographs of the Scratch Races may be obtained at Bartlett's.

There are more than 600 students at Minnesota University, of which Prof. Northrop is president.

The Trinity Eleven were very light men. There was not one man who could be called heavy.

The dinner hour at Memorial Hall will soon be changed to 5.30 to 6.30 P. M., the regular winter hours.

There are thirty Republicans, twenty-four Democrats, and three Independents in the Law School at Yale.

Co-education in athletics is booming in the West, where the students of Michigan University propose to have a mixed tennis tournament next spring.

Umbrellas at Memorial Hall can be checked in the auditor's room. Anyone neglecting to do so, will have only himself to blame, in case his umbrella is lost.

The Varsity, of University College, Toronto, says that the Toronto foot ball team is probably the strongest on this continent. When was it that one of the intercollegiate teams was last defeated by any eleven or fifteen from Canada?

The first seven of the Signet from 86 is composed of the following men: Dwight, Hobson, Huddleston, Lamonte, Luques. Merriam and J. M. Thompson.

The uniform of the Trinity Eleven consisted of brown canvas-jackets and Knickerbockers, dark blue or purple stockings and caps of the same with a broad mustard color band.

The "honors," consisting of a mirror, cradle, spurs, jaw-bone, spade, pillow, spoon, crank and knife, were presented to the Juniors of Dartmouth in Precinct Hall last Tuesday evening.

The trustees of Cornell have passed a resolution in favor of ordering a statue of Ezra Cornell, the patron of their university, from the American sculptor. Story, who is now working in Rome.

The Woolsley battation of Yale paraded in Bridgeport Wednesday evening, and notwithstanding a severe rain storm, are said to have made a very fine appearance, and undoubtedly had a great time.

The Yale University eleven defeated the Yale Freshman eleven by the score of 25 to 0. The Yale eleven has defeated all the college elevens it has played with so far by a greater score than that.

Hon. Roland Hazard of Providence, who lectured on "Wool" before the Harvard Finance Club last winter, recently lectured on the same subject to the students of the University of Michigan.

Tickets for Andover will be on sale at Bartlett's until 11.30 today. All who cannot get them there must ask for a "Harvard" ticket to Andover at the depot in order to secure the reduced rates.

The eleven which is to represent Eighty-Eight against the Andover team this afternoon, is made up as follows: rushers, Hurd, Bancroft, Balch, Homans, Purdon, Woodman, Churchchill; half-backs, Fargo, Holden; quarter-back, Osgood; full-back, Porter, (captain.)

The next Mathematical Seminar will be held Thursday, Nov. 6, at 4. P. M. in University 19. There will be a short lecture on the calculation of the eclipses of the moon, followed by a discussion of the following subject.-The formation of the section of an oblique cone, particularly with reference to the determination of sections of given eccentricity.

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