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Fact and Rumor.


Cornell offers a prize for the best work done in the study of Shakspeare.

H. W. Cowan, '88, has been elected captain of the Princeton eleven for next season.

The schedule for the mid-year examations at Yale has appeared.

Mr. Storrs has been elected as statistician of the senior class at Yale in place of Mr. Verplanck, resigned.

Mayor Russell was re-elected yesterday, and last year's "no license" plurality was increased.

There will be an hour examination in N. H. 4 on the Wednesday preceeding the Christmas vacation.

The 12th Regiment athletic games will take place in New York this week, Saturday.

The Columbia chapter of the Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity gave a ball in the Metropolitan Opera House last evening.

The raving maniac who has been lingering about the CRIMSON sanctum for the last few days inserting bogus notices of hour examinations, has been caught and will be publicly cremated at the office this evening at nine o'clock. All present and past editors of the paper are cordially invited to be present.

The date of the Pierian-Glee Club concert has again been changed, this time on account of the Pudding Theatricals. The date now determined upon is Friday, Dec. 16.

The report of President Knight, '87, of the Yale navy, has just been submitted and shows the financial conditions of the club to be first class. There is a balance in the treasury of nearly $700.

The Tech is authority for the statement that one of the Harvard half-backs said that the Harvard eleven had to work harder against the Tech team than it did against either Wesleyan or U. of Penn.

The Monthly is out to-day. The leading article, "An Ideal in Athletics," by Evert Jansen Wendell, '82, is exceedingly interesting, and should be read and taken to heart by every man in college. Owing to an unfortunate accident, the CRIMSON has been obliged to postpone its usual review of this number of the Monthly until to-morrow.

At a meeting on Monday of the Columbia College trustees, it was resolved "that academic costumes be recommended and adopted, to be worn by members of Columbia College in their several faculties and degrees in all places and on all occasions in which it is proper or desirable that the academic character should be indicated."

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