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Fact and Rumor.


Holyoke 3 is 10 let.

The freshman crew has gone to the river.

Princeton will play the Boston nine on April 11.

The prize speakers at Dartmouth have been appointed.

Marston '93, has been elected captain of the Cornell crew.

The hour examination in History 9 will be held March 28th.

Dr. Tucker has definitely declined the presidency of Dartmouth College.

Social statics "Man versus State" by by Herbert Spencer, has appeared.

On and after March 21 the dinner hour at Memorial will be from 5.30 to 7.00 p.m.

A new social club has been formed at Columbia, to be known as the Columbia Club.

French 6 will begin reading Alfred de Musset's "On ne Badine pas avec Amour' today.

A theme of not less than 500 words is due in Mr. Marsh's section of Spanish today.

The Princeton glee, banjo and mandolin clubs will give a concert in New York on March 26.

The contractors expect to finish Welch Hall, the new Yale dormitory, by Commencement.

A quartette of the Glee Club will sing at the reception of the Deutscher Verein on March 21st.

Harold P. G., and Vincent '94, of Princeton, have been elected members of the Manhattan Athletic Club.

The meeting of the Advisory Committee of the Intercollegiate Foot Ball Association will be held in New York today.

O'Connor and Ranney of last year's University of Vermont team will be the battery for Dartmouth the coming season.

Tennyson's latest work "The Foresters" with music by Sir Arthur Sullivan, was produced for the first time at Daly's, New York.

The Columbia Athletic Club will hold their first annual cross-country handicap, on April 2; the distance will be about 5 miles.

The Trinity freshmen have challenged the Wesleyan freshmen to a three-minute tug-of war pull at their gymnasium exhibition.

Cornell will not play in Philadelphia with Pennsylvania this year, notwithstanding all reports in the daily press to the contrary. - Pennsylvanian.

In a German university a student's matriculation card shields him from arrest, admits him at half price to the theatres, and takes him free to art galleries.

Statistics show that, in 1859, 75 per cent. of the students in the colleges and universities of this country were farmers' sons, while in 1890 there were only 3 per cent.

The University of Pennsylvania has received a gift of about 8250,000 from Gen. Isaac J. Wistar to build and endow a museum of anatomy and biology. This museum will be in memory of Dr. Caspar Wistar, whose oldest living descendant will always be a member of the Board of Trustees.

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