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Ayars, '86, is trying for his Class Crew.
The first Thesis in Philosophy 4 was handed in yesterday.
There are already thirty-nine entries for the freshman meeting.
In the past year five universities have been founded in Dakota.
The police squad was measured for uniforms yesterday afternoon.
It is reported that the Yale Freshmen are to have a Sanskrit yell.
Amherst is promised a novelty this winter in the shape of a skating rink.
The Boston Cadet Band has been secured for the Schurz procession tonight.
Williams college broke the ball throwing record this year by Carse's throw of 373 feet.
The class races at Yale were postponed from Saturday, and will occur this afternoon.
Sawin defeated Spading in the Tennis tournament, and will play Boyden, '86, in the finals.
Cleveland members of the drum corp are to report at 7 Bromfield St., with instruments at 8 P. M.
M. S. Phinney, formerly of Princeton eleven, played with our team yesterday and did some good steady work.
The freshmen play with more snap and life than the second eleven, probably because each man is working for a place.
C. A. Porter has been elected captain of the Freshman Eleven, in place of Holden, who is playing on the University.
One hundred and thirty-seven graduate Cleveland men had signed the book for the Schurz procession by 6 o'clock last evening.
Exeter has a remarkably strong football team this year. It is prophesied that Andover will look in vain for her laurels this year.
Twenty-five men from the drum corp have agreed to drum in the procession this evening. More drummers and fifers are desired.
At the '88 class meeting Friday evening, a gentleman expressed the opinion that he was the earth. The rest of the class is perfectly willing to do without the earth.
The Blaine and Logan students at Williams College have a uniform of white capes with white relief caps, "neat if not gaudy," as the Williams Argo says.
The officers of the O. K. for the next term are as follows : President, W. A. Halbert ; secretary, S. S. Bartlett ; treasurer, F. J. Carpenter ; librarian, J. McArthur.
Prof. Norton proposes to give a series of twenty or twenty-five readings in Divine Comedy, in Boston, on Saturdays, from 11 to 1 o'clock, beginning on Saturday, November 8th.
The trustees of Dartmouth College are engaged in a litigation with the town of Hanover over the seemingly trivial question of a bandstand on the green near the college grounds.
One of the younger members of the Cornell Faculty was highly edified recently by the approach of a freshman who inquired in a kindly and sociable way if this was his first term at that institution.
At the second series of fall games of the Williamsburg Athletic Club, held on Saturday, A. A. Jordan beat the record in the 120 yards hurdle race. His time was 15 3-4 seconds, which is 1-2 second faster than any previous record.
The following men will play today against the University of Penn Rushers, Adams, Thayer, Gilman, Winslow, Brooks, Philips, Simpkins ; Homans, subs ; quarter back, Bemis ; half backs, Holden, Kimball ; back, Peabody ; sub., Howard.
The Columbia College library has been opened to graduates of Columbia, and to the public by cards. The library is open every day, from 8 a. m. to 10 p. m., and is lighted by electricity in the evenings.
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