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Columbia has paled a cricket eleven in the field.
Professor Macvane has resumed his lectures in History 12.
There will be an hour examination in Spanish 1 today.
The Seal Harbor nine beat the Cambridge Latin School, 8-4.
The proceeds from the freshman concert for the crew amounted to $11.00.
The examinations for honors in Political Science will be held on May 25 and 27.
The 'Varsity Banjo Club will give a concert at the Country Club, Brookline, tonight.
The report in the Boston papers that a bequest had recently been left Harvard for electric lighting is untrue.
The Yale nine was defeated by Trinity at Hartford by a score of 14 to 7. Frembach, Yale's freshman pitcher, was batted out of the box and Case took his place.
The Weld Glee Club sang on the steps of Weld last evening.
Plans have been accepted for the new law school building at Cornell.
Bowdoin has challenged Columbia to a boat race next June. Columbia will probably accept.
German 4 has finished reading in class. The remaining hours will be occupied with lectures.
The annual hat rush between Dartmouth sophomore and freshman classes resulted in a victory for '93.
Blue books for the final examination in Eng. A must be handed in at the third hour exercise this week.
Sherrill is confined to his room by the accident of Saturday, and will probably not be able to attend recitations for several weeks.
The various athletic organizations of Princeton have been consolidated under the name of the Princeton University Athletic Association.
Brown has won two out of the three games with Harvard and University of Pennsylvania two out of the three games with Princeton.
A new illustrated volume has recently been published entitled "Cornell University, Her General and Technical Courses." It is said to give outsiders a good idea of the work done at Cornell.
An associated press dispatch from New Haven yesterday afternoon brought the starting announcement that "the Harvard faculty had decided to forbid the athletic teams to engage in any more intercollegiate sports; and would hereafter confine all athletics to interclass contests." The report is absolutely false.
The men that have so far been chosen to represent Cornell at the Mott Haven games are: A. T. Baldwin '93, C. R. Sheerer '93, Ward Mosher '92, G. W. Rulison '94, O. T. Louis, R. G., H. P. Goodnow '93, O. Payne '94, E. G. Horton '92, Thos. Kareny '94.
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