Fact and Rumor.

A Western Club has been organized at Exeter.

There will be a meeting of the Shooting Club this afternoon.

Just a year ago today the crews went on the river for the first time.

A pool tournament is in progress at the Boston Athletic Association.

There was no recitation in History 17 yesterday.


The freshman tug-of-war team pulled the Tech. '92 team three inches Tuesday night.

Brown '91, will probably not take part in the Yale games next Saturday owing to an injury to his knee.

The candidates for the freshman nine practice daily on Jarvis in addition to the regular gymnasium exercise.

Four members of History 14 are busy on the publication of a work on European continental constitutions.

G. S. Bachelder, the newly appointed assistant secretary of the treasury was graduated from Harvard in the class of '57.

The fourth special report in History 13 will be approved by Mr. Currier, instead of by Professor Hart as was at first announced.

Mrs. Erving Winslow, the well-known actress, will deliver a public reading at the Frist Unitarian Church, Harvard square, on Friday, March 15, at 8 p. m. The subject will be "Peg Woffington."

In the cricket match between a Sidney eleven and eighteen of Spaulding's base ball players at Sidney on Dec. 18, A. Gregory, for the Australians "took ten wickets with slow, very slow breaking balls" much to the surprise of the visitors.