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A double quartet from the Glee Club sang at Worcester last night.

The commencement exercises took place at Wellesley yesterday.

Amherst's two new Physical and Chemical laboratories are almost completed.

The Amherst-Williams freshman baseball game was won by Williams this year.

After July, Carter and Bowers of Yale pitch for the New York Athletic Club team.

O'Neil, of the Yale Law School nine, has excepted an offer from the Boston League team.

Bayne has been elected Captain of the University of Pennsylvania 'varsity nine for next year.

Irving Babbitt '89, has been appointed assistant in Roumania languages at Williams College.

The intercollegiate debate between Stanford University and Berkeley was won by Stanford.

On Monday the junior dramatic society of Williams College presented the play entitled "The courting of the Colonel."

Haverford won the finals in the cricket series, beating the University of Pa., 186-157. This gives them the championship for this year.

At Amherst, Percival Schmuck '94 has been selected manager of the baseball team, and B. H. Snell captain and president of the athletic team.

Gordon Fisher, '95, and H. O. Brown, '95, have been elected respectively managing editor and business manager of the Princeton Tiger for next year.

Mr. Edward Cummings is now in charge of the Harvard exhibit at the World's Fair in place of Mr. Williams, who is expected to return on Wednesday.

The last Yale Courant contains an article, "The Average Harvard Undergraduate." by W. I., Phelps '87, comparing the social life at Harvard and Yale.

At Yale the Glee Club management for 1893-94 offers two prizes of $15 each - one for the best words, one for the best music handed in on or before October 14.

The pamphlets being gotten out by the Psycological Department and by the Law School will be illustrated with half-tones from negatives taken by the Harvard Camera Club.

An arrangement has been made by which Yale men going to the World's Fair this summer, and uncertain what their address will be, can have mail sent to Yale exhibit, Liberal Arts Building.

The result of the recent West Point exams. has been published. Cadet Borden stands at the head of the first class with Ladue second. In the second class Cadet Schnitz takes first place with C. H. Paine second.

The Chicago Navy, which is composed of fifteen rowing clubs, will hold an international regatta at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, beginning August 14 and continuing ten days. Entries for the regatta are open to members of all amateur rowing organizations in the world, including college organizations.

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