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Fifty-two men have joined the Yale Dramatic Club.
The Yale freshman crew from time to time rows in the tank.
There is a natatorium in New Haven for Yale students wishing to learn how to swim.
The Minnesota Club was the first State Club formed at Yale. The Ohio Club the next.
Subscriptions are to be taken for the purpose of purchasing trophies for the Yale '86 University crew.
Repeated tests have shown that the fastest time attainable by a toboggan in a mile is 1 minute 39 seconds.
The New York Alumni of Phillips Exeter Academy, will hold a reunion at the Hoffmann House, next Saturday.
There are only eight students in the Scientific department of the Yale freshman class who have not signed for class canes.
The pupils of the Carlise, (Pa.) Indian school publicly debated the startling topic, "Resolved, That the Indians be exterminated." - Pennsylvanian.
Dr. Anderson, the new instructor of gymnastics at Yale, has created a lively interest in club swinging and is teaching a large class many new movements.
E. B. Stuart, formerly of the class of '87, who left college last year to pursue his art studies in Paris, is at present working in M. Julien's atelier. He spent the summer in Normandy, painting, and now has a small studio of his own in Paris.
The candidates for the Yale tug-of-war team are working hard to wrest that event from Harvard at the Mott Haven games in New York. Davidson, '88, is anchoring in the absence of Stewart.
Since the publication of the communication to the CRIMSON with reference to the wretehed state of the basement at Weld, the college authorities have had plumbers investigating the difficulty. They find that some of the pipes were in a rather bad condition, but they have now been thoroughly repaired.
The next Harvard Union debate takes place to-morrow evening in Sever 11 at 7.30. The question is: "Resolved, That the Retaliatory Measure of the United States Senate in the Canadian Fishery Dispute is Unstatesmanlike and Unwise." The regular disputants are, aff. Mr. W. C. Osborn, L. S., Mr., L. P. Jacks, D. S.; neg. Mr. M. C. Hobbs, L. S., Mr. W. C. Boyden, L. S.
A runaway pair of horses attached to a brougham created great excitement in the Square about 11 o'clock last evening. They dashed up Main street, but were finally stopped by a brave "striker" who ran out, seized one of the animals by the bits and stopped the pair after being dragged about 100 feet. No damage was caused although a young lady, the sole occupant of the carriage was badly frightened.
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