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Fact and Rumor.


Italian I will hereafter be held in U. 17.

Lee, '92, is playing half-back on the second eleven.

Seats in Fine Arts III will be assigned today.

Stagg has been elected colonel of the Depew battalion.

Tnere will be no lecture in N. H. 8 on Monday, Oct. 15.

The change in the seating arrangement at Memorial takes place today at lunch.

The lecture in History 20 (f) assigned for Friday has been postponed until Monday at 12.

A brother of Coax, the great hammer thrower, is playing in the rush line of the Phillips Academy eleven.

Wordsworth, L. S. who was injured in practice last week has begun to play football again.

Harding, '89, sprained his wrist a few days ago and will not be able to play for a short time.

Latin A. The recitation hour will be 11-12, Monday, Wednesday and Friday forenoons in Sever 7.

The third meeting for the election of a captain of the 'varsity nine will take place next Friday evening.

The Princeton freshmen in the civil engineering department are now in New York making drawings of the new Harlem view bridge.

A professorship of physical culture, with an endowment of fifty thousand dollars, is to be established at Amherst College as a memorial of Henry Ward Beecher.

The conference committee at Princeton have sent in their resignation owing to a lack of consideration for a request for leniency toward several sophomores.

The snow flurry of day before yesterday was so heavy at St. Paul's school, Concord, N. H., that a game of cricket, which was in progress, had to be postponed.

I. V. Williamson, of Philadelphia, is about to present nearly $10,000,000 to the city in which he lives, for the purpose of founding an industrial school of proportions and aims no less extensive than those of Girard College.

At its eight hundredth anniversary the University of Bologna conferred degrees on Gladstone, Spencer, Huxley, Lowell, Renan, Jebb, Max Muller, David Dudley Field, Dr. S. Weir Mitchell, Profs. Cayley, Adams, Agassiz, and many others.

A course of five lectures has been arranged for this winter to be given at Yale. The speakers are as follows: Rev. A. Schauffler of New York, Geo. W. Cable, Professor W. M. Sloan of Princeton, Bishop H. C. Potter of New York and Rev. William Taylor of New York.

At a recent meeting of the senior class of Yale last evening H. W. Wells was elected class orator, T. W. Buchanan, class poet, and W. W. Ames, statistician, Messrs. Barstow, McMahon, Platt, Sherrill and Vernon were elected class historians.

The sections in field works for this week in N. H. 8 are as follows: Oct. 11, section A, 11.15, Museum steps; Oct. 11, section B, 12.20, Eastern depot; Oct. 12, section C, 11.15, Museum steps; Oct. 13, section D, 12.20 Eastern depot. The excursions under Mr. Wolff are to Marblehead Neck, and the train leaves at 12.30.

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