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Yale's World's Fair exhibit was shipped last Friday.
There will be no lecture in English 12 to-morrow.
There have been 779 baseball season tickets sold.
Twelve men went to the training table of the Yale freshman nine on Monday.
Guy Pattillo, '91, married Miss Nellie May Gaffney at Gloucester, Mass., on Wednesday, April 26.
Mr. Chas. T. Cottrell, 2nd year Law, was recently elected town-councilman at his home, Jamestown, Rhode Island.
The winners of prizes in the recent whist tournament were: firsts, Booth and Denison; seconds, Cushing and Eddy.
The first of the three concerts by the Freshman Glee, Banjo and Mandolin Clubs will be given at Brookline on Friday.
Bowdoin College is to have a new scientific building of the most approved appointments, the gift of Mr. Edward F. Searles.
Dr. William Henry Howell of Harvard, will succeed Dr. H. Newell Martin as the head of the Johns Hopkins biological department.
The annual spring handicap games at Princeton, open to all amateurs, will be held on May 6, before the Harvard-Princeton baseball game.
The annual spring meeting of the Cycling Association will be held on Holmes field, Saturday, June 10th. One of the features of the meeting will be a special invitation team race for the Harvard challenge cup.
The combined choirs of St. Paul's Church and Appleton Chapel will render the music at the Episcopal convention today at Trinity Church, when Bishop Potter will preach a memorial sermon to Phillips Brooks.
Following are the records of the winners in the various events in the athletic games held at Yale on Saturday:- 100 yds. dash, 10 1-2 sec.; 220 yds. dash, 22 1-2 sec.; 440 yds. run, 51 sec.; 880 yds. run, 2 min., 6 2-5 sec.; one mile run, 4 min., 37 sec.; one mile walk, 7 +++., 6 4-5 sec.; pole vault, 9 ft., 6 in.; 120 yds. hurdle, 16 3-5 sec.; 220 yds. hurdle, 26 3-5 sec.; high jump 5 ft., 5 in; broad jump. 21 ft., 7 3 4 in.; throwing hammer, 111 ft., 1 3-8 in.; putting the shot, 37 ft., 8 in.; two mile bicycle, 6 min., 3 3-5 sec.
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