Dassett, '90, of Dartmouth, is the heaviest centre rush in the country.
The "University" is to be published again under a new management.
The Williams college catalogue will be issued early in December.
The Princeton conference committee is making efforts to abolish the cane spree.
Mr. Freeman Hunt, democratic nominee for the legislature was graduated from Harvard in '77.
Mr. Frederick Reed, Harvard '82, has been appointed instructor in Talladega college, Talladega, Ala.
The faculty of the Worcester Polytechnic Institute has forbidden the playing of football.
Six coaches of Harvard men will ride from Palmer to Spring field the day of the Harvard-Yale game.- [Yale News.
It is probable that the Amherst-Stevens game will be played at Hoboken rather than at Amherst.
The new recitation building at Yale will be ready for occupancy shortly after the Christmas vacation. It will be known as Osburn Hall.
Professor John F. Weir of the Yale art school has prepared a model for a bronzo statue of ex-President Woolsey.
Dr. Ira Remsen, professor of Chemistry in Johns Hopkins university will occupy President Glimmer's chair during the latter's absence abroad.
It has been finally decided that there will be no Exeter-Andover game this year, Andover's faculty refusing to allow the team to go to Exeter.
The French government has instructed M. de Coubertin to visit the universities and colleges of the United States in order to study the working of the various athletic associations in these institutions.