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Fact and Rumor.


The Columbia Literary Monthly will make its first appearance early in February.

Van Leuven, Amherst's end rush, is the strongest man in the freshman class there.

A Summer School of Surveying has been added to the list of courses at Lehigh University.

Three thousand two hundred and ninety-six men have been graduated from Williams College.

There will probably be another meeting of the Intercollegiate Foot-ball Association Saturday.

The regular monthly meeting of the Natural History Society will be held this evening at 7.45.

The annual dinner of the Yale Alumni of New York and vicinity will be held on Friday evening.

The U. of P. crew will row in a tank this year for the first time in the history of the university.

2500 feet in the Liberal Arts Building of the World's Fair, has been assigned to Columbia College.

The Oxford-Cambridge boat race will take place March 19, 1893, three weeks earlier than usual.

Prof. Summer, of the Sheffield Scientific School at Yale, has just returned from his two years stay in Europe.

Owing to the sickness of Capt. Jones, the Yale Athletic Team will not be called together until early next week.

The B. A. A. has decided to hold a national bowling tournament in the Cyclorama Building some time in March.

The catalogue of Williams College has just appeared. It shows a total registration of 338 students at that institution.

J. Q. Tilson, editor of the Yale Banner, is at work on a new annual class book for the Law School, to be called "The Shingle."

The graduating class at Princeton expects to hold its commencement exercises in the new Alexander Commencement Hall.

General Walker, President of the M. I. T. has been elected a member of the Academy of Moral and Political Science, in Paris.

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