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Brown's new gymnasium will cost over $50,000.
Professor Bocher has resumed his lectures in French 10.
The usual voluntary conference in Phil 14 will not take place today.
Eighteen men from Exeter took their preliminaries for Yale last June.
The first brief in English C will be returned to the writers next Tuesday.
A general athletic team, composed of college graduates, has been formed in Japan.
Representatives from thirty-six different States are in the freshman class at Yale.
The Boston Symphony Orchestra will give a series of concerts in New Haven during the winter.
The Pierian Sodality has been invited to play at the Dickens Carnival in Music Hall next month.
There will be an hour examination in Latin 4 next Thursday, on all the Satires read so far this year.
The first game of the interscholastic series was played Friday afternoon. Cambridge beat Hopkinson's, 12-6.
Luther Cary of Princeton lowered the world's record for 100 yards dash last Saturday his time being 10 12 seconds.
The following men have been elected members of the Conference Francaise: L. H. Roots '91, A. J. Garcean '91, W. T. Brewster '92.
The following men have been elected on the committee for the sophomore German at Yale: Ives, Chisholm, Parsons, Vanderbilt, Roby.
Preparatory to the examination in Geology 4 next Friday, Professor Shaler will devote the next two lectures to reviewing the course.
The following officers of the Guitar and Mandolin Club have been elected for the ensuing year: Presid t, R. T. Whitehouse, '91; secretary, raham Jones, '91; treasurer, S. K. Wood, '92. Senor Romero will train the club.
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