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Greenleaf '92, has left college.

There was a cut in History 5 yesterday.

A few white tickets at the end of the field remain unsold.

The dividends of the Cooperative Society will be out next week.

The Wesleyan students will attend the game today in a body.

The Idler Club of the Annex gave a tea yesterday afternoon.

There will be an hour examination in English 11 on December 1.

The next author taken up in English 9 will be Jane Austen.

The new Williams catalogue shows a total attendance of 311 students.

The marks in the hour examination in English 8 averaged very high.

Prof. Cohn will read a play in French 8 instead of his regular today.

Subjects for the next report in Philosophy 14 must be chosen at once.

Foot ball is getting very popular in the North German Universities.

A number of red tickets were sold yesterday at $4 and $5 apiece.

This morning's special train will probably be divided into three sections.

There will be another lecture in Political Economy 1 in Lower Mass. on Monday.

A number of University of Oxford and of Cambridge men will witness the Springfield game today.

Tomorrow's N. Y. Herald will contain an account of the Harvard-Yale game by Walter Camp '80.

Of the institutions of learning in the United States 248 are recognized as colleges and universities.

Two Harvard graduates are the opposing candidates for mayor of Cambridge.

Dr. Oris '79, is Medical examiner to the gymnasium of the Young Men's Christian Union.

Amherst beat Dartmouth day before yesterday 4-0. It was a battle between the rush lines all the way through.

The Cambridge High and Latin School celebrated after the Interscholastic game yesterday afternoon.

A hundred Harvard men went to Springfield yesterday afternoon on the train with the Glee Club and the eleven.

The first regular theme in German 4 is due Monday. It must contain four hundred words on the first act of "Goetz Von Berlichingen."

The lessons for today and Tuesday in Latin 4 were both given out on Thursday for the benefit of those men who might wish to cut today.

The usual charge of ten dollars for each vehicle at the Yale-Princeton game will be omitted this year and only the regular admission fee charged.

A delegation of between 100 and 150 Cornell men will go to New York on Thanksgiving Day to witness the Princeton-Yale game.

Mr. Balfour, Chief Secretary for Ireland, the conservative candidate, was recently elected Rector of the Glasgow University.

The tug-of-war will be dropped from the list of sports by the Berkley A. C., after May 1st, because its management considers it injurious.

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