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Fact and Rumor.


The second Harvard assembly took place in Pierce Hall last evening.

Preparations are being made at Yale for the junior promenade.

Cornell is going to have a new library building.

There are about twelve freshmen in training for the Mott Haven team.

Swarthmore college is trying to secure James Russell Lowell to lecture before the students this month.

The candidates for the senior crew spar every afternoon as a part of their regular training.

E. C. Hammond, '91, has returned to college, having recovered from a severe illness.

Mr. E. H. Abbott, of Milwaukee, gave, during the Christmas recess, a large dinner to Harvard men of Milwaukee.

A. H. Jones has been appointed temporary captain of the Yale freshman nine.

The waiting list of the Boston Athletic Club has increased to such an extent that the membership will probably be increased from twelve to fifteen hundred.

Seats have been assigned in Sever 11 for the Friday recitations of French A, in which both divisions recite together.

James Russell Lowell has been elected president of the Modern Language Association of America.

The annual winter meeting of the University of Pennsylvania Athletic Club takes place Feb. 23.

Cornell is making every effort to place a successful crew on the water in the spring.

G. B. Flagg, captain of this year's Exeter nine, will enter Harvard next year; Stearns, captain of the Andover nine, will enter Amherst.

At the regular meeting of the O. K. last evening, the following officers were elected: President, J. G. King; secretary, C. Warren; treasurer, F. E. Zinkeisen; librarian, O. Prescott. As this is the thirteenth anniversary of the foundation of the society, it was decided to celebrate the occasion suitably.

The faculty of Clark University is now composed of the following members, three of whom are from Johns Hopkins: G. Stanley Hall, president; Dr. Warren P. Lombard of Boston, assistant professor of physiology; H. H. Donaldson, Ph. D., of Baltimore, assistant professor of neurology, and E. C. Sanford, Ph. D., of Baltimore, instructor in psychology.

At the Canoe Club meeting on Wednesday evening, it was voted to create the office of steward to select supplies for the club meetings. Mr. George Deblois, '89, was then elected to fill the office. The following men were elected into the society: From '90, Livingston and Weed; from '91, Farquhar, Paine, Dabney; from '92, Wadsworth, Stockton, Nichols and Bachelder.

If the Bostons go on a southern trip, as is usual and likely, the privilege which has been granted by the athletic committee will not amount to much, as far as this professional organization is concerned. The only clubs that will be available will be those that can play in the Easter recess. They will be the New Yorks, Brooklyns, Philadelphias, Jersey Citys, Newarks, Athletics, and whatever clubs there may be in the New England league.

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