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There will be no lectures in Fine Arts 4 on Saturday.

All the seats for the Yale-Princeton game have been sold.

There are 13 men training for the 'varsity crew.

Marks on the work up to date are out in Latin 2.

Dictation exercises in French 2 commence on Monday.

The next issue of the CRIMSON will appear on Friday morning.

Wesleyan plays the University of Pennsylvania today.

Lake is the only one on the eleven who graduates this year.

By the will of the late John T. DeSellum of Rockville, Md., Princeton Theological Seminary will secure about $21,000.

The freshman eleven is now using the Cary building. Newell '94, is coaching the team.

The list of subjects for the second forensic in English C will probably be posted today.

The engagement of A. B. Nichols '91, to Miss Gertrude Fuller, of Cambridge, has been announced.

There will be no laboratory work in Geol. 5 until next week. Marks for the recent examination are out.

Princeton's record is 12 victories, no defeats, 391 points to 0. Yale's record is 12 victories, no defeats, 477 points to 0.

J. L. Dodge L. S., W. P. Dodge Jr., '95 and A. L. Endicott '94, gave a four o'clock tea yesterday afternoon in Matthews 23.

The award for the best oration in the contest for the Leffingwell prize at Amherst has been awarded to W. H. Wood, of Grand Rapids, Mich., whose subject was "Political Corruption."

The first one of the "double decked" electric cars, soon to run between Cambridge and Boston, made its trial trip yesterday.

The president of the West End Street Railway Company has stated to the Mayor of Cambridge that the company is ready to go ahead with the work preparatory to running a line of cars over the Harvard Bridge.

Albert F. Holden, cagtain of the 'varsity eleven '88, Lloyd McKim Garrison '91, and J. Wendell Jr., '91, have been recently elected to the Harvard Club of New York. There are now over 600 members, and the question of building a club house is being agitated.

Since the game at Springfield the idea has been prevalent in Cambridge that we were outcheered by Yale. This impression holds, doubtless, because we could not correctly estimate the volume of our own cheering. The following from the Princetonian takes a different view of the matter: "For once Yale allowed herself to be out-cheered, and that by Harvard at Springfield. This was accomplised by better organization, by better leaders, and the students doing their part in every instance."

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