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Laboratory work in Botany I began yesterday.
A philosophy club has been started at the Annex.
Terry of the Pittsburg base ball club is coaching Wesleyan.
There will be a gymnasium exhibition at Amherst on March 22.
There are more than 200 students at Williams and Mary College.
Trinity College will give a drama entitled "Everybody's Friend" on April 4th.
A paper, illustrating Poe's power of inspiring fear, is due in English A on Saturday.
A sum of $10,000 has been left at Trinity college by the late Henry E. Russel of New York.
Rev. J. A. Dorman of Boston College has been invited to lecture at the Catholic Chautauqua.
"The School for Scandal" will be given on Easter Monday night by the juniors of Boston College.
Prof. Taussig lectured at Vassar last Friday evening on "The Currency of the United States."
The Amherst A. A. has decided not to send a team to race Brown at the M. I. T. games March 11.
The Boston Wesleyan University Club held its annual dinner on Monday night at the Quincy House.
The trustees of Columbia have subscribed $55,000 toward New York's proposed Botanic Garden.
Frank G. Moore a Yale tutor has been elected for three years, as assistant professor of Latin in Dartmouth.
Princeton has four senators and three members of the house of representatives in the United States congress.
The Dartmouth Club will dine at the Tremont House March 4, and will have President-elect Tucker as a guest.
Hollister, Draper and Ide are the only members of last year's ball team at Williams in training for this year's nine.
The West Point students gave a play recently entitled "Lex et Armor." The comedy was written by the students.
The varsity and second nines of the University of Pennsylvania played their first ball game of the season last Thursday.
The University of California and Leland Stanford University students propose to have an intercollegiate ball at San Francisco.
Those men in English A, who sent in petitions, will receive the corrected marks today and tomorrow, in the third hour sections.
There are 18 men training for the Williams freshman nine, and games have been arranged with Andover, Exeter and other schools.
The House of Representatives and Senate of Michigan visited Ann Arbor in a body yesterday, to look into the needs of the University.
It is proposed to send an expedition from Amherst under Prof. Todd, to South America in April to observe the eclipse of the sun.
Miss Lucy Warren, of Boston University '95, has won the Old South essay prize of $40 and a membership in the Mass. Historical Society.
A map is due in Hist. 1 on Friday, containing the German Electorates. Ecclesiastical territory, and the possessions of the house of Hapsburg under Charles V.
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