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Fact and Rumor.


A fencing class has been formed at Yale.

The cards for English B are due to-day.

The next Thesis in Philosophy 3 is due to-morrow.

At a recent concert the Yale Glee Club cleared $1000.

The preface theme for English 12 is due on Wednesday at 12 M.

The detailed synopsis of the six coming themes in English 5 is due on Friday.

The treasurer's system in vogue at Princeton has been introduced at Harvard.

There will be two sections in Pol. Econ. A, which will meet at 9 and 10 o'clock.

Prof. Harris of Yale has published a notable volume on the "Self Revelation of God."

Polo affords the chief diversion to the students of Exeter academy during the winter months.

This year's University of Pennsylvania crew is said to be the poorest one for many years.

The trustees of Columbia College are considering the advisability of making the post-graduate courses free.

Sporting Life asserts that Yale is opposed to the admission of Columbia to the base-ball association.

Ex-President Mark Hopkins has taught all of the 1727 living graduates of Williams College with the exception of 31.

The skating on Jamaica Plain Pond is the best known this winter. The skating on Fresh Pond is also very good.

The Harvard delegates to the Intercollegiate Lacrosse Convention are A. A. Gardner, president of the association and L. McK. Garrison, '83.

There will be a regular meeting of the CRIMSON board to-day at 1.30. Every one must be present, as important business is to be transacted.

It is reported that Campbell, who entered the Law School last fall is an exceptionally good catcher, a heavy batter and a good all round player.

Yale's first musical organization was founded in 1812 by the class of '13. It was called the Beethoven Society, and lasted until 1868, when it gave way to the Glee Club. - Ex.

To the ordinary passer-by, it would seem as if the little Cambridge "muckers," had far more use and enjoyment out of the college yard than the students. A while ago the path from the library to Grays Hall was monopolized by "bobs" loaded with precious freight in the shape of "muckers" young and old, enjoying a pleasant coast. Now there is not a smooth strip of ice in the yard on which a mob of Cambridge youths do not slide during the entire day.

The University of Pennsylvania Gua Club has accepted the challange of the Harvard Shooting Club to a match at clay pigeons. The match will take place on the latter club's grounds at Watertown about the middle of May. The men from the Quaker city are said to have a crack team, and without doubt will give our team a hard fight. The Shooting Club's dinner, which was to have come off next month, will probably be postponed to the evening of the day of the match, in honor of the visitors.

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