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Harvard will play the Bergen Point nine on Holmes at 3 o'clock to-day.
The Columbia freshman crew have been in New London since the 4th of June.
Only 720 of the 1240 that took the entrance examinations for the College of the City of New York passed.
The degree of LL. D. was conferred on Professor Norton by Columbia College, this week.
Columbia has one college publication, Princeton has two, Harvard and Yale each four.
The June Nassau Literary Magazine contains an interesting article on life at Princeton.
Alexander, '90, won the singles in the Princeton tennis tournament, and Carlin, '88, and W. Hodge won the doubles.
James Robinson has been retained as athletic trainer at Princeton, for next year.
French examinations to-day: French 1:- Allen-Hayes, Sever 35; Healey-Wynne, Sever 37. French 3:- A-L., Sever 23; M.- Z., Sever 24.
Next Thanksgiving has been fixed as the date for the Intercollegiate Chess Association contest. Harvard, Columbia and Princeton are the contestants.
The freshman crew will leave Cambridge at 12 o'clock to-day for New London. A large number of men should gather at Tufts' to give the crew a hearty send-off.
The team that will represent the United States in the cricket tournament with Canada will be chosen almost entirely from Philadelphia amateurs.
Mr. Sumichrast, who has been re-appointed instructor in the French department next year, was formerly professor of French in King's College, Nova Scotia.
Students expecting honorable mention at commencement must file with the secretary written applications, naming the courses, on or before Tuesday, June 18.
Twenty men were graduated from the Andover Theological Seminary at the exercises held on Thursday. Dr. Smyth was elected president for the coming year on the same day.
Professor Bartlett may be consulted in regard to the election of his courses in German on Tuesday, June 19, in Sever 2, from 11,30 to 12.30 a. m., and from 2 to 2.30 p. m.
The Glee Club will have its annual dinner at Taft's, Point Shirley, this evening. On Wednesday evening, the club will sing in Music Hall at the "pop" concert. Among other things, a waltz song with orchestral accompaniment will be sung.
At noon yesterday, one of the workmen engaged in putting in the new window at Memorial Hall fell from the scaffolding to the ground. Although the man was badly shaken up, no serious injury resulted.
Charles Frank Mason, A. B., '82, has been appointed bursar of Harvard College in place of Allan Danforth, who has accepted the position of sub-treasurer. Mr. Mason comes from Medfield and has been in the employ of the Boston and Providence railroad.
The rooms for the examination in Physics A have been assigned as follows: Alder-Dudley, Sever 37; Duff-E. J. Gould, Sever 30; Grees-Jerris, Sever 24; Jewett-Miller, Sever 35; Mills-Pease, Sever 18; Peckham-Sever, Sever 17; Shaw-Walcott, Sever 6; Walker-Wynne. Sever 5.
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