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The cricket team plays at Fall River today.
A '92 Kennel Club has been formed at Princeton.
The freshman nine will play the St. Mark's Academy team at Southboro this afternoon.
The various colleges of Maine have formed a state inter-collegiate baseball association.
The theological department of the new Catholic University at Washington will open this fall.
The Crimson nine plays the BrownNicholls' school nine at nine o'clock this morning on Jarvis.
In the twelve games played this year Princeton has scored eighty-four runs to her opponents seventy-nine.
The programmes for the Intercollegiate games have already been published and are ready for distribution.
Reports of the Harvard-Princeton game after the 3rd 6th and 9th innings will be posted at Leavitt's and Peirces.
The fencing club shingles are not yet ready as announced yesterday. Notice will be given when they are obtainable.
Cummings, who played centre field on last year's freshman nine, has gone down to Princeton with the 'Varsity nine.
The present Yale freshman crew is the heaviest freshman crew Yale has ever had. The average weight is 167 pounds.
Today Wendell Baker of the Berkeley Athletic Club, will try to lower the record made by Sherrill '89, in the 125 yards dash.
The fence which is being erected in front of Durfee Hall, is intended to fill the vacancy caused by the loss of the old Yale fence.
The Columbia College Glee and Banjo clubs will give a concert this evening for the benefit of the Boat Club, Athletic and Base Ball Associations.
The 30th anniversary dinner of the O. K. will be held at the Parker House, next Wednesday. A large number of former graduate members are expected to attend.
At the annual election of officers for the Yale Bcat Club, Mr. Sheldon '90 was elected president, Mr. Simms '90, S., vice-president, and W. S. G. Noyes '91, secretary.
Owing to a typographical error it was stated in yesterday's issue that Yale had won one game and lost one, in the intercollegiate championship series, instead of that Yale has won none, lost one.
E. R. Shippen, D. S., and F. S. Duncan '90 have been elected members of the Executive Committee of the Harvard Dining Association; W. S. Setchell, Gr., and R. E. Dodge '90, have been elected members of the Finance Committee.
The freshman nine defeated the Waterbury's, a semi-professional team, at the Field yesterday afternoon, by a score of 13 to 12. The game was loosely played on both sides, but the work of the freshmen was especially poor and shows that a decided improvement in individual playing must be made, if the nine wishes to make a respectable showing against the Harvard freshmen.- Yale News.
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