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Rooms are more difficult to obtain this year than ever.
The football men began their practice a week ago to day.
A large dormer has been put upon the roof of Boylston.
Fish and DeWolfe, '86, will not return to college.
The Globe prophesies success for Harvard in football this fall.
Harvard has won fresh laurels at tennis, the past summer.
The first number of the Advocate will appear to-morrow.
Nichols has done most effective work while pitching for the Beacons this summer.
During the vacation the grounds around the Jefferson Laboratory have been laid out and graded.
The anticipatory examination in Rhetoric will be held today at 10 A. M. in U. E. R.
Baker, L. S., umpired the game between Providence and Cleveland, on September 15th,
Students who have changed their rooms should leave their new address at the post-office to insure prompt delivery of their mail.
Indications now show that the incoming freshman class will be smaller than the classes of the past two or three years.
The Co-operative Society starts the year with increased facilities for business. The new salesroom in Holyoke will be found very convenient.
Applications for appointment to the Harris Fellowship, which has become unexpectedly vacant will be received by the Dean until Oct. 10.
Upper classmen will miss the familiar sight of the old Holmes house, though the appearance of the Law School is greatly improved by its removal.
Elective blanks for Freshmen can be had in Sev. 8 today and tomorrow from 2 to 4 P. M. Freshmen will register on Monday, Sept. 29 between 9 A. M. and 1 P. M. in Sev. 8.
Dr. Taussig will meet the section in H. 13 today at 12 M. in Lower Dane Hall to explain the course, as the instructor, Mr. Hart is ill. The regular lectures will probably not begin before November 1st.
Yale College now has fifty-six optional studies for students, and has notified preparatory schools that students will prepare less Latin and Greek, the time thus gained to be spent in studying French and German.
Clifford P. Seagrave has been elected captain of the Brown University nine for the coming year, and only six of last year's team remain, as follows: Clarke, c; Gunderson, p.; Chase, 1b.; Sheed, l. f.; Seagrave, c. f.; Murphy, r. f., and change pitcher.
An open handicap tennis tournament will be held on the grounds of the Longwood club next week, beginning Tuesday. The players will be divided into four classes, in both doubles and single. An entrance fee of a dollar will be charged each individual player. Several college players have already entered.
The annual rush between the freshmen and sophomore classes of Princeton came off Thursday night on the college campus. The struggle was a bard one, and the '87 class was far outnumbered. They held their own and drove the freshmen from the cannon which they were striving to take possession of.
The annual meeting of the Dartmouth Athletic Association was held on Monday, and the following named officers elected: President, Richard Webb of Portland; vice president, W. K. Ferguson of Malone, N. Y.; treasurer, F. H. Weston of Windsor, Vt.; secretary, H. H. Hanson of Dover; directors, E. A. Bayley of Newbury, Vt., John P. Tucker, Jr., of Boston, W. W. Bradley of St. Johnsbury, Vt., S. E. Cavery of Strafford, Vt. The field meeting will be held Oct. 1 and 2.
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