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Fact and Rumor.


Band rehearsal to-day at 4.30.

A movement is on foot to organize a lacrosse team at Williams.

A band concert will be given on the first fair evening.

The special make-up examination in Phil. I. will be held May 29, in Sever 35.

Dr. Francke entertained his section in German 3 at his room in Stoughton, last evening.

The price of board at Memorial for the month of April has been found to be $4.20 per week.

Mr. Moore of the fine art department will spend the coming year in Europe. Mr. Walker will supply his place.

The Canoe Club regatta has been postponed from the 20th of this month, to the 27th, on account of the tide.

The annual class competitive gymnastic drill at Amherst was held on Saturday. The sophomores received the prize,- $100.

Minister Phelps will occupy the same house in London that has been the residence of James Russell Lowell.- Yale News.

Dr. F. A. Zabriskie in the Christian Intelligence speaks of the Harvard College Chapel as "a spiritual ice house."

College games this week: Harvard vs. Princeton, (exhibition) Friday; Harvard vs. Princeton, Saturday; Yale vs. Amherst, Saturday.

The excursions in N. H. 8 this week will be to Marblehead Neck, May 19 and 20. Trains leave the Eastern Station for Devereux at 2.15.

Professors Summer and Laughlin, and President Walker discuss the question "Ought Silver to be Demonitized," in the current North American Review.

The eighteenth annual speaking of original compositions for the Means prizes at Phillips Academy, Andover, occurs this evening.

The Yale sophomores won the class races at new Haven, Saturday morning in 10m 25s, lowering the two mile record 29s; the juniors were second, and freshmen third.

Out of courtesy to the Harvard delegation at the New Haven game, a long crimson pennant was hoisted above the blue colors of Yale, upon the flagstaff on the grand stand.

The Rev. Rufus Ellis supports the prayer system at Harvard in a recent sermon, taking for his text, "I would that men should pray every where."

Mr. Briggs' examination in Prescribed English, May 30, is for all freshmen, and for those sophomores who take the examination in Physics on June 18. All other sophomores will take Mr. Wendell's examination on June 18.

A good word for Harvard's elective system: "The canvass of the senior class at Andover, in regard to college intentions, resulted as follows: Harvard, 10; Yale, 8; Amherst and Princeton, 2 each; Dartmouth, 1, and uncertain 4."

The commencement at Williams will be of especial interest this year as both Henry and James A. Garfield are in the graduating class and both have commencement parts. Mrs. Garfield will be present. The class numbers sixty, and is the largest senior class for several years.

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