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Fact and Rumor.


The circulation of the DAILY CRIMSON is now larger than ever before.

The referee of the Yale-Princeton football game has not yet been decided on.

A. E. Wright, of Columbia, won first place in the Southern Tennis Tournament.

Harper's Weekly for last week contained a supplement on Athletics of year 1890, with illustrations.

Salford Harriers, the champion amateur athletic team of England, will visit Princeton some time this week.

The New London board of trade has appointed a committee of four to confer with the Yale and Harvard navies.

The Delta Upsilon, the oldest college Greek letter society in the United States, held its annual meeting at Chicago last week.

The New York Tribune has announced that in each Monday's issue a full page or more will be devoted to college news this year.

The Crescent A. C. team will start for Cleveland immediately after the Yale-Princeton game, to play a team of college graduates. McBride, '90 S. Ames and Donnelly, of Princeton, and Harding, of Harvard, will play with the graduates.

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