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The Advocate will be out tomorrow.
The marks are out in Chemistry A.
The mid-year marks in Latin 6 were out yesterday.
The marks in History 2 will be out the last of the week.
E. C. C. Cullinan has been appointed manager of the freshman crew.
The best reference books for History 17 are to be found in the Evans library, U. 14.
Professor James has an article on Hypnotism entitled "The Hidden Self" in the March Scribner.
Those who are not in the room for German II. by five minutes past the hour will be marked absent.
The announcement that the Harvard banjo club would play with the Amherst club at Gardner this week was a mistake.
Columbia has consented to row Bowdoin provided Cornell and the University of Pennsylvania will admit Bowdoin to the race at New London, already arranged.
The number of men trying for the Andover nine is unusually large. They practice daily in the gymnasium under Stearns, who has been elected captain.
Princeton has decided to follow the example of other colleges and adopt a blazer and cap of special design to be worn exclusively by the members of the different athletic teams.
The Yale News says of the challenge of the Harvard Bicycle club "If there is such a thing as a Yale Bicycle club in the University, a challenge like this coming from Harvard should be accepted without hesitation."
The work on the new grand stand on the Princeton field will be begun soon. It is expected that the grand stand will be completed by April 1. The ball diamond on the new field will not be ready for use before the second week in May.
The English sporting journals suggest that a series of foot ball games be arranged between picked English and American teams. The dashing American style of play finds great favor with the English who would be glad to welcome a team from this country.
Thomas Nast, the cartoonist, has presented to Princeton a large and elaborate cartoon representing her victory over Yale in the Thanksgiving Day game. The cartoon was placed on exhibition for the first time at the junior promenade last Monday evening.
The pole vault, which was postponed at the meeting of the B. A. A. last Saturday was decided Sunday. It was won by A. H. Dalton, Jr., of the B. A., who cleared 10 feet, 1 3-4 inches, not including his handicap of 15 inches. The second and third prizes were won respectively by Irwin and McNeill, of the Trimount Athletic club.
The instructors of the geological department and of the Scientific school, including Professors Shaler, Davis and Chaplin will meet all those who are thinking of taking up geology in any of its branches as a profession, Wednesday, at 4.30 p. m. All those who care to ask questions or hear opinions on this subject will have an opportunity at the Museum of Comparative Zoology in the paleontalogical laboratory first floor.
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