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K. Fairbank, '90 is in the Law School.

H. S. Woodward, '84 is in business at Aspen, Colorado.

At the annual meeting of the St. Paul's Society last evening the following officers were elected: President S. Van Rensellaer, '91; vice president, W. R. Sears, '91; secretary, H. Fahnstock, '92; treasurer, A. H. Woods, '92; librarian, F. W. Nicolls, '92; chorister G. S. Fiske, '91.

At Longwood yesterday Brown, '92 beat Waterhouse 6-0, 6-0; Fred Mansfield beat Manchester '93 6-3, 6-0; In the second round Lee, L. S., beat Thomas '93 6-0, 6-1; Hovey, L. S., beat Brown, '92 6-4, 6-3; Wrenn, '92 beat Tallant '91 2-6, 6-2, 6-1. Tallant and Hovey beat Bixby and Fiske 6-2, 6-4.

The first meeting of the senior class was held last evening. L. Brooks resigned the office of secretary as did J. F. Bass as captain of the eleven. The following officers were unanimously elected: President M. Williams Jr.; vice president W. Weld; secretary R. B. Hale; Treasurer A. B. Nichols; captain of the nine and the eleven B. Bowman. Messrs. M. Williams, R. B. Hale and Lowell were elected a committee to arrange for the election of class day officers. The meeting then adjourned.

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