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French A will read "Madame Therese" this term.
There are 640 students at the Ann Arbor Law School.
Marks are out in Math. D; French 2; Math. 2; Chem. 3; Geol. IV.
"Mariages de Paris" will be read in French 1a, commencing Tuesday.
The summary of Jevons' Primer of Logic is due in English B today.
11 A's, 67 B's, 138 C's, 58 D's and 24 E's were given in History 1 at the mid-years.
The Orange Athletic Club has resigned from the Amateur Athletic Union.
A winter tennis court is being constructed at Bryn Mawr, a young ladies' college.
The memorial to Col. Tufts, the founder of Tufts College, will be placed in the State House.
Sherrill of Yale and Lee, Harvard '91, will wear the colors of the New York A. C. this season.
Acton M. S., is again rowing with the 'varsity crew, having recovered from his accident.
Of the candidates for coxswain of the freshman crew only three weigh less than 100 pounds.
Eleven hundred dollars have been pledged for the support of the Dartmouth base ball team.
The candidates for pitcher, at Brown, are to be coached by Lovett, and the fielders by Duffy.
President Eliot spoke at the dinner of the Boston Latin School Association Thursday evening.
The Pi Eta Club will give an assembly Feb. 26 at Brattle Hall. Gott's orchestra will furnish the music.
The Chicago University will enroll over 800 students next year, and have a faculty of about fifty members.
Malcolm W. Ford has resigned his position as director of gymnastics at the Manhattan Athletic Club.
The art department of Rutgers College has received a gift of $1,000 from the trustees of the college, and a new instructor in mathematics has been secured.
Vincent, who played left end on last fall's eleven, has left Princeton to enter the Medical School at Harvard. - Yale News.
The Yale representatives at the conference yesterday were T. L. McClung, W. B. Franklin, and Captain Murphy of the nine.
The pole vault contest in the B. A. A. games postponed Saturday evening, will take place in the club gymnasium Wednesday evening.
The Alumni of the University of Pennsylvania has promised to raise two-thirds of the amount necessary for building a new base ball cage.
The Columbia Dramatic Club will probably give a series of entertainments this year for the benefit of the Columbia Athletic Union.
Prof. Channing will continue the course in History I owing to the illness of Prof. Mac Vane who generally takes charge of it immediately after the mid-years.
It is said that there will be a convention of the closes of '93 from all American colleges at Chicago during the World's Fair.
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