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Several table elevens have been practising on Nortons.
About 30 candidates are still in training for the freshman crew.
Bond, Quigley, Cabot and Stone have gone to the freshman training table.
Professor Sloane has an article on Princeton in the November Harper's.
A red ticket for the Harvard-Yale game was sold last night at Connelly's for $8.
Dartmouth and Williams are tied for first place in the Eastern Intercollegiate League.
The foot ball team of the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis practices from 5 to 6 in the morning.
There is a movement on foot to establish a chair of the Irish language at the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Harold Ernst, once a famous pitcher on the Harvard nine, has gone to Europe to investigate Dr. Koch's discovery.
Ferris, Yale '91, who rowed number 6 in the University boat, will probably not be able to enter athletics again on account of inflammatory rheumatism and W. P. Graves '91, will also be unable to go again into athletics.
At the B. A. A. meeting on Wednesday Bloss '94 won the 15 yards dash with Green '92 second. Green won the standing hop, step and jump.
Mr. Staneslas Danian, who two years ago was assistant in the French department has been reappointed this year.
The date for the Sanders Concert of of the musical clubs has not yet been fully settled upon the 18th of December as was announced.
Williams and Dartmouth could not secure a referee for their game Saturday on account of the Yale-Harvard game, and the game will be played Friday instead.
The blue-books for the hour examination in Philosophy 1 were returned at the last recitation. The marks will not count at all on the final examination.
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