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Fact and Rumor.


Yesterday's Boston Post had a long article on the Yale crew.

Amherst plays the Cuban Giants today at Amherst and Harvard in Cambridge tomorrow.

The '89 class crew was defeated by the Bradfords in a short scratch race yesterday afternoon.

Today is the last day for receiving dissertations for the Toppan, Dante, Sargent and Sumner prizes.

The Conference Francaise give a public performance of their theatricals at 8 this evening in Dane Hall.

"Er Muss Tanzen," by C. H. Paul, will be read in the Thursday hour of German A until the end of the year.

At a meeting of the CRIMSON board yesterday, E. A. Darling and R. M. Fullerton were elected regular editors from '90.

Today is the last day for receiving theses of candidates for the degree of Ph. D. or S. D.; also the last day for applying for Price Greenleaf aid for 1888-9.

The National Lacrosse Association meets in New York on May 5. Harvard will probably send two delegates and the Cambridge club will also be represented.

The second of the three bicycle races to be contested by William A. Rowe of America and Richard Howell of England, for the championship of the world, was run Saturday at the Molineaux grounds, Wolverhampton. The distance was one mile. Howell won by 20 yards.

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