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The Senior Theses are due to-day.

There will be a cut in Philosophy I. this morning.

At Princeton all college bills have to be paid in advance.

Spaulding will be the outfitter for the Yale nine this year.

Phillips Exeter Academy is one hundred and eight years old.

G. T. Burroughs, '89, is now stroking the Yale freshman crew.

There will be an examination in Philosophy IV. to-day.

There was a criticism of the Yale 'Varsity crew in Friday's News.

There is no crew at Exeter, as was stated in a recent issue of the CRIMSON.

Last week, Lee, Yale '89 S., beat the world's record for the high kick by about five inches.

An '88 and an '89 man at Yale have written a novel the scene of which is laid at Princeton. - Ex.

The class nines of the University of Pennsylvania are already playing for the championship of the college.

Energetic measures are being taken at Yale to clear off the debt which still hangs over the sophomore crew.

The total number of students in the University of Pennsylvania is one thousand and eighty-eight. The total number of professors and instructors is one hundred and thirty-six.

The new gymnasium of the Troy Polytechnic Institute, the foundation of which was laid in 1884, has been completed.

The game of chess which has been played by Princeton and Yale by means of postal cards has been declared a draw.

The Yale faculty have refused to allow the dramatic association to present a play this spring for the benefit of the Yale navy.

The Columbia nine practice every afternoon in Tammany Hall. - Ex. That explains their so-called championship last year. - Yale Courant.

In the competition of the pole vault, Leavitt, '90, again broke the Harvard record, clearing 9 feet 8 1 2 inches. Wheelwright vaulted 9 feet.

A site has been chosen at Stratford, England, for the fountain to be erected by Hon. George W. Childs of Philadelphia in memory of Shakespeare.

The new editors of the CRIMSON will give a reception in the sanctum this evening at 9.30 o'clock. The past and present editors are invited to attend.

A chess tournament between Princeton, Columbia, Yale and Harvard is to be held at the Manhattan Chess Club rooms in New York some time this spring; the date has not yet been decided on definitely.

Dartmouth students held an enthusiastic base-ball meeting Monday night, at which nearly $1700 was pledged for the college nine. This is the largest sum ever pledged here.

Axel Paulsen, the Norwegian skater, has challenged Frank Dowd, the Canadian champion, to skate him in Christiania, Norway, next year, for a distance of from two to fifty miles for the championship of the world.

Over twenty-three million dollars has been contributed to the colleges of this country by twenty men. Three of these twenty - Stephen Girard, Johns Hopkins, and Asa Packer - gave over fourteen million dollars. - Princetonian.

At the meeting held at the Armory in New Haven, Saturday, there were over one hundred entries. Yale, Columbia, the New York and Manhattan Athletic clubs, as well as the Nassau, Olympic and others, were represented among the competitors.

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