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Salt Lake City is to have a Presbyterian College.
Yale has students from fifteen foreign countries.
Some new dormitories are being built at Andover.
At Cornell 512 students receive free tuition each year.
The Junior promenade at Yale will take place on January 25.
The freshman eleven training table is at the Crimson Cafe.
The University of Pennsylvania will have a base-ball cage.
The Yale Christmas vacation will be from Dec. 21, to Jan. 10.
Only one-third of the students at Harvard room in dormitories.
T. W. Lamont '92 is a reporter on the New York Tribune.
In 1890 Harvard beat Cornell 77-0 and last year it was 54-0.
The Commons at Yale seats 466 students, and has a waiting list of 200.
Princeton plays the Orange Athletic Association team this morning.
The engagements of Lockett '92 and Landon '92 have been announced.
The Technology sophomores beat the freshmen yesterday by a score of 14-0.
Over $9,000 has been spent on the improvements of the Yale field this year.
Miss Sadie Howe has resigned her position as librarian at the Annex.
Hereafter the University Museum will be open from one to four on Sundays.
The result of a presidential vote taken at Vassar was Harrison, 176; Cleveland 8',
The graduate students at Yale have established a post graduate association.
The University of Pennsylvania Freshmen play the Princeton Freshmen Nov. 30.
The Andover men at Yale this year will substitute a reception for the annual banquet.
There are thirty women in the graduate department of the University of Pennsylvania.
L. Bliss, Graves and Hinckey witnessed the Princeton-Pennsylvania game on Saturday.
It is expected that Swayne '95, Yale's sprinter, will return to college after Christmas.
The preliminary round in the college chess tournament at Yale was finished last week.
C. H. Moore '89 is at the head of the Greek department at Phillips Academy, Andover.
The U. of M. football team has stopped playing on account of so many of its players being injured.
The first number of the "Leland Stanford Junior University Monographs" has just been published.
A double quartette from the Glee Club will sing at Dr. Lawrence's reception Wednesday evening.
The demand for the report of the Harvard Commitee on Composition and Rhetoric has proved so great, and the cost of printing is so considerable, that the pamphlet is to be sold hereafter for 50 cents.
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