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There are 462 students at Dartmouth.

The new Alpha Delta Phi house at Amherst is now finished.

The corrected copies of Theme VI in English B are due today.

There are 48 candidates for the Princeton freshman nine.

Holcomb, Yale's centre rush, who has been ill has returned to college.

A class paper is to be published by the class of '93 Boston College.

Downs '90, is the principal in the high school in Lake Village, N. H.

Twenty men are now training for the Yale University crew, and no candidate has yet been dropped.

The theme in German 4 on "Egmont and Orange," which was due yesterday may be handed in tomorrow.

Photographs of the Sophomore Theatricals are to be seen in Leavitt and Peirce's window.

It is expected that a big delegation of New York athletes will take part in the B. A. A. games Feb. 14th.

The students of the University of Michigan have organized an athletic association similar to the H. A. A.

In the History I examination numbers from 1 120 will be in Lower Mass.; from 121-240 in Upper Mass., the others in Harvard 6.

The candidates for next fall's football eleven, at Princeton, will soon begin systematic exercise in the gymnasium.

It is not at all unlikely that the Yale Union will have a series of prize debates this winter. It is hoped at some time or other to solicit Yale graduates to establish a prize fund.

Instead of the rush and the nightly hazing tours, it is the custom at Wellesley for the sophomores to serenade the freshmen at the beginning of the year.

As the Aldermen of Boston have refused to grant a license to the B. A. A. to hold public sparring contests, the meeting at Music Hall, Jan. 26, will be an absolutely private affair, only club members and such others as are invited being admitted.

The annual dinner of the Princeton Alumni of New York was held at the Hotel Brunswick, Thursday night. The speakers were James W. Alexander, president of the club; President Patton, Rev. Dr. H. J. Van Dyke, President Low of Columbia, Edward King of Harvard, and Chauncey M. Depew '56, of Yale. There were 225 guests present, about 175 less than at the dinner last year in celebration of the football victory. Music was furnished by the Princeton Glee Club.

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