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Professor Chaplin is at present in California.

The annual examinations at Tech, begin on May 18.

The 'varsity nine plays Andover at Cambridge today.

Marks in the hour examination in Engineering 7 have been given out.

The reading of themes in English B will be omitted today April 30.

The Yale College library has about 5,000 volumes added to it annually.

The descriptive pamphlet of the summer courses can be procured at the office.

Princeton defeated Rutgers last Thursday at lacrosse by a score of ten goals to 0.

Jones '90 has been elected permanent captain of the Dartmouth baseball nine.

The Inter-collegiate Athletic Association has a balance in its treasury of $1,400.

The following men from '89 have been elected to the superior court of the Pow Wow of the Law School: Darling, Newell, Pillsbury, C. M. Thayer, Trafford, Wetmore.

Dr. Morgan of the Greek department will shortly give a lecture in the Jefferson Physical laboratory, on the representations of the "Medea" in art. The lecture will be illustrated by stereopticon views.

Yesterday's games in the tennis tournament resulted as follows: Lee beat Stetson, 3 sets to love; Jennings beat Rogers, 3 to love; Brooks beat Lockett 3 to 1; White beat Tallant, 3 to 2. In the schedule supply C-P and L-E on May 1 at 4, and in the games for May 16, cancel the third line. Herafter the courts may be reserved on Saturdays at 4 o'clock.

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