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Fact and Rumor.


Some of the alumni of Union College resident in Albany are at work to get the institution removed to that city.

The freshman Yale-Princeton foot-ball game will not be played, as the Yale eleven decline to appear.

Tech. defeated Amherst on Saturday, by a score of 80 to 0. Holden played a superb game for the Techs.

The next theme in English 12 is due December 1; a piece of descriptive writing.

The new candidates for the sophomore crew will begin rowing the week after Thanksgiving.

Princeton and University of Pennsylvania will finish the inter-collegiate series on Thursday of this week.

Men around the bulletin boards on Saturday night cheered lustily the announcement of Princeton's victory over Yale.

The score of games in the Northern Inter-collegiate league is as follows: Technology, won 5, lost 1; Williams, won 5, lost 1; Tufts, won 2, lost 4, Amherst, lost 6. Tech. will play the tie with Williams on Wednesday at Springfield.

Prof. Dunbar will meet the section in Pol. Econ. 2 at the usual hour to-day, but will be obliged to give a cut in Pol Econ. 4.

Yesterday's Globe contains portraits of the Yale and Princeton elevens; to say that they are wretched is to put it very mildly.

Mr. Baker now holds the inter-collegiate record in the 220, 440, and half-mile runs, and the American amateur record in the 220 yards.

University of Pennsylvania defeated Stevens Institute on Saturday by a score of 22 to 9. The game was the roughest ever played in New York.

Yale has won during the year 1885 the inter-collegiate tennis championship alone. The "triple crown" has been divided between Harvard and Princeton.

Mr. R. C. Rogers, L. S., has been elected an honory member of the Hasty Pudding Club, and Messrs. H. Pope and C. G. H. Stevens have been elected regular members.

The Yale captain deserves great credit for the strong fight he made against Princeton on Saturday; he developed a very creditable team from almost raw material.

The game between '87 and '89 which was to have been played on Saturday has been indefintely postponed by mutual consent. It will probably not be played if '88 beats '86 to-day.

Dr. Wheeler of Providence, R. I. will take Dr. Francke's courses in German after Dec. 1. Dr. Wheeler has been in Germany five years, and is a graduate of the University of Heidelburg.

Phillips Brooks preached last evening in Appleton Chapel on "Am I my brother's keeper?" The sermon was an earnest and powerful protest against "indifference," and closed with a strong plea to the students of Harvard.

The winners in the fall matches of the Shooting Club are as follows: Match A, (open to all). F. S. Palmer, cup; score, 19 out of 20. W. Austin, medal; score, 16. F. S. Coolidge, medal; score, 15. Match B, (open to all). F. S. Palmer, cup; score, 16 out of 20. M. H. Clyde, medal, score, 14. F. S. Coolidge, medal; score, 11. Match C, (former winners barred). F. S. Coolidge, cup; score, 16 out of 20. W. Austin, medal; score, 14.

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