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Tallant beat Shaw Saturday morning 7-5, 6-0.

All of Yale's base ball nine of last year have returned to college save Stagg and McBride.

M. I. T. beat the B. A. A. team at foot ball Saturday. M. I. T. has a new quarter-back, Clark, of Buffalo.

The five men of Yale's foot ball team of last year who will not play this year are Gill, Newell, Hanson, Stagg, and McBride.

The principal candidate for center rush at Yale-taking it for granted that Ferris will not play-is Coxe '91, weight 204 pounds.

Professor Barrett Wendell has been at work all summer on his life of Cotton Mather, for the series of "Makers of America."

Yale beat the Crescent team at foot ball in New York Saturday 16 to 6. The Crescents were jubilant at scoring against Yale.

An interesting article in the New York Herald on the outlook in foot ball in the three colleges by Walter Camp, and W. C. Dohm, is to be had at Thurston's.

Rev. Francis G. Peabody preached in Appleton Chapel last evening, taking his text from Revelations-"He that overcometh." The choir sang Parker's "Jerusalem" and Tours' Benedictus and Agnus Dei.

All men who have been excluded from History 1 will be admitted now if they will apply as better accommodations for the course will soon be had. Desks for all the men will probably be provided in two or three weeks.

The two representatives from the Harvard University Cycling Association in the B. A. A. 25 mile handicap bicycle road race, Saturday, won the first and seventh place respectably. G. F. Taylor, '94, finished first from 10 minutes handicap, in 1 hr. 33:58. O. B. Hawes finished seventh from 6 minutes handicap, in 1 hr. 39;25, actual time.

Among the new books by Harvard instructors which are announced by Houghton, Mifflin and Co., are: A Life of Columbus, by Justin Winsor; the seventh of the eight parts of Professor Child's English and Scotch Border Ballads; a prose translation by Professor Norton of the Divina Commedia, and a new edition of the Vita Nuova; The Silva of America by Professor Charles S. Sargent, the first of a series of twelve quarto volumes.

The schedule of games of the New England Intercollegiate Foot Ball League is as follows: Nov. 1, Amherst vs. Technology, at Boston, and Dartmouth vs. Bowdoin, at Hanover, N. H.; Nov. 4, Williams vs. Bowdoin, at Portland, Me.; Nov. 8, Williams vs. Technology, at Boston, and Amherst vs. Bowdoin, at Amherst; Nov. 15, Dartmouth vs. Technology, at Hanover, and Williams vs. Amherst at Williamstown; Nov. 19, Dartmouth vs. Amherst, at Amherst; Nov. 22, Dartmouth vs. Williams, at Williamstown; Nov. 27, Technologh vs. Bowdoin, at Portland.

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