The third special report in History 13 is due today.
There are twenty-two Yale graduates in Harvard as students or instructors.
Rev. Phillips Brooks spoke for Harvard at the Yale dinner at the Parker House Thursday evening.
The requirements for admission to Princetonian have been increased by an additional amount of history.
As soon as the weather permits the candidates of the freshman nine will practice out of doors sliding to bases.
Professor A. B. Hart, Mr. G. L. Kittredge, and Mr. C. H. Grandgent are among the former editors-in-chief of the Advocate. Mr. George E. Woodberry is also a former member of the Advocate board who has made a name for himself in literature.
The spring games o the Twenty-second Regiment of New York, which are open to college men, will take place March 22.
At the presentation of the Norsk Festdag at the Boston theatre Thursday, several Harvard men "super" as gods.
Gill has reconsidered his refusal to row in the Yale boat this year. He began regular training with the candidates this week.
Coughlin, the member of the Cornell eleven who was injured so severely in the game with Yale last fall, has just recovered.
The first Wednesday after the midyears Professor Shaler will meet all men who are thinking of studying geology as a profession, at the museum.
Several of the freshmen have acted as supers in the "Drum Major" "Nadjy" and "Erminie" during the engagement of Rudolph Aronson's company.
The last Nation calls attention to the fact that De Gubernatis's "Dictionary of Writers," published in Florence, speaks of Charles W. Eliot as president of "Harvard May."
The Yale crew rowed on the harbor Wednesday; the following men were in the boat: Allen '90, S. (captain), Simms, '90, S., Harrison, '90, Rogers, '90, S., Ferris, '91, Ely, '91, Heffelfinger, '91 S., and Balliet, '92.
Mr. G. P. Baker of the English department has a continued story in the February number of the New Englander which will be concluded in the March issue.
The next meeting of the Historical society will be held on Monday evening February 3, at 8 o'clock at the house of Mr. J. C. Ropes, 99 Mt. Vernon street, Boston.
At the annual convention of the New England Y. M. C. A. at Middleton, Conn., last week one hundred and thirty-five delegates assembled. Yale sent nearly forty men.
Princeton will enter a team for the cross country run of the National association to be held some time about the middle of February. The start will be from the Berkeley Oval.