The catalogue will be on sale at the book stores on Thursday.
There will be an hour examination in German C next Friday.
W. Alexander, '87 and L. S. '90, is in a law office on Wall St., New York.
Dr. A. P. Peabody spoke before the Schoolmasters' Club on Saturday.
Mr. G. Rodeman, Ph. D. '90, is superintendent of a preparatory school in Brooklyn, N. Y.
It is said that next year's nine will be the strongest ever put in the field by Princeton.
There are 18 men on the Amherst glee club.
There are still many good seats to be had for the Glee Club concert given next Thursday.
Men in History 11 are expected to read chapters 6, 7, 8 and 9 before the Christmas recess.
The Williams foot ball team are to be given medals as a memento of their championship victory.
Subjects of the themes in English XII for the last half year must be handed in before Christmas.
There are 33 college graduates in the Massachusetts general court of 1891, 17 of them being Harvard men.
The class orator at Phillips Exeter Academy is Henry C. Minton, a colored man from Philadelphia.
The Glee Club concert will begin at 8 p. m. Thursday evening instead of 7. 30, as has previously been stated.
A movement is on foot to hold an intercollegiate regatta an Lake George next summer to be open to all colleges except Harvard and Yale.
The Cornell Daily Sun suspends publications during the examinations because, as it says editorially, "it is necessary for us (the editors) all to 'bohn.' "
There is expected to be a foot ball game arranged between a club of Englishmen living around New York and the Toronto eleven, to come off in a few weeks.
It has been sound that there is no limit to the amount of property Cornell may hold, and the money bequeathed by the late D. B. Fair-weather will probably be accepted.