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Holyoke 38 is to let.
Brown has 201 recitations a week.
There are 737 students in the University of Iowa.
J. Smith '92 is managing the senior crew this year.
Marks are out in Mr. Marsh's division of Spanish 1.
C. M. Flandrau '95, has been elected an editor of the Advocate.
The University of Heidelburg has recently adopted co-education.
Leland Stanford, Jr. has adopted cardinal as the University color.
Acton, M. S., has hurt his knee and will not row with the 'varsity crew for a few days.
The average expenses of the class of '92 at Yale for the course have been $1,000 a year. - Ex.
A spring meeting between the Columbia and Princeton track athletic teams is being talked of.
THE Latin School Association dinner will be held next Thursday evening at 6.30 o'clock at Hotel Vendome.
A Brown University club, formed this week at Boston, has for president, Richard Olney '56, and for secretary, V. Hellen '72.
University of Wisconsin is to adopt the German University group system, being a combination of the American and German system.
Mr. James Schouler of Boston, the well-known historian, began his course of ten lectures on "American Political History" Wednesday at John Hopkins University.
Wesleyan's base ball suits this year will be as follows: The cap, shirt and trousers will be black, with "Wesleyan" in red letters on the shirt. The stockings will be black, with red stripes.
The following Yale men are entered in the Boston Athletic Association games to be held Feb. 13: J. E. Good '95, in the 40 yards novice and 250 yards dash; W. S. Wayne Jr., '95, in the 40 yards and 250 yards dashes; F. W. Allen '94, in the 40 and 250 yards dashes, and S. Scoville '93 in the half mile and mile runs.
Two of Yale's three speakers for the Harvard Yale debate have been chosen - Mullaly of the Academic Department, and William A. McQuaid of the Law School. The latter was the valedictorian of the class of '89. The third speaker will be chosen at the competitive debate next Friday evening.
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