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Columbia College opened on Monday.
There will be no recitation in Fine Arts 3 to-morrow.
A law department is about to be established at Cornell.
The meeting of the H. A. A. last evening was well attended.
Eleven '86 Yale men have entered Harvard professional schools.
The University of New York has started a paper called the "University."
The Yale Glee Club has just been organized for the coming year, and contains nineteen members.
The announcement of the assignment of scholarships will be posted on Wednesday morning, Oct. 13.
It is very probable that the senior meeting for the election of class day officers will be held in Sever 11.
The changes in electives must be made before November 1st. An hour has been set aside for this purpose.
President Dwight, of Yale, tendered his first reception to the officers and students of the college on Wednesday.
One hundred and fifteen men have signified their intention to take voluntary instruction in elocution this year.
Willard, '87 will not be able to play foot-ball for several days owing to his injury received in the game with "Tufts."
Wednesday afternoon students going to the boat house to row found the premises locked and were unable to gain admission.
The "Acharnians" of Aristophanes, which was produced in Philadelphia last spring by the students of the University of Pennsylvania, will be presented at the Academy of Music, in New York, November 19.
Dr. Channing's interesting and concise lecture on American Colonial History was much enjoyed by the members of History 13 yesterday.
All students interested in elocution who have not yet seen Mr. Hayes in regard to the matter can meet him to-day at 12 o'clock in Holden Chapel.
The subscription book of the CRIMSON will be found in the office of the Co-operative Society. To subscribe at once will be to obviate all delay in delivery.
Richards, '87, Columbia, made a record of 5 ft. 11 7-8 in. in the running high jump at the New York Athletic Club games on Saturday. This is the second best record in the country.
The pole vault record, which has been held by Princeton for over five years, was broken on June 24th by E. D. Goodshall, '87, of Lafayette, who cleared 10 feet 7 3 4 inches. - Yale News.
Yale has the following men in college now who won 1st and second place in the inter collegiate games last May: 100 yards, C. H. Sherrill, '89, 2nd place. Putting the shot, A. B. Coxe, '87, 1st place. 1-4-mile run, A. Coit, '89, 2nd place. 120 yards hurdle, W. H. Ludington, '87, 1st place. Pole vault, T. G. Shearman, '89, 2nd place. 2 mile bicycle race, J. C. Kulp, '87, 2nd. Throwing the hammer, A. B. Coxe, '87, 1st. In fact the only valuable man they lose is F. R. Smith, '86, who won the 1-2 mile.
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