Princeton Notes.

The library at Princeton has been in creased since the beginning of the college year, by the addition of over five hundred volumes, most of them works of biography and political science.

Up to this time the appendix to the catalogue has been out but once a year but in order that the students may be better informed as to the additions to the library, Dr. Vinton is now preparing a plan whereby lists of the new books may be printed more frequently and distributed to the students.

Mr. James Robinson, the training has offered a medal to be competed for by members of the Hare and Hounds Association. About twenty-five contestants will run in the race for this medal. The race will be about four miles long finishing before the grand stand on the college race course.

The outside of the new Art Building is nearly completed, and work on the interior is being rapidly pushed for ward. The building will be finished about commencement.