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Fact and Rumor.


The Foxcroft Club has a membership of 260.

Governor-elect Greenhalge is of the class of '63, Harvard.

The will of the late judge Pardee gives Trinity College $25,000.

Blanchard was slightly hurt in the practice yesterday.

Jenkins '94, has been elected captain of the Yale second eleven.

There are 260 graduate students enrolled at Johns Hopkins.

The total number of new students thus far registered at Cornell is 651.

The subscriptions for the new Harvard Dental School amount to $16,000.

The fiftieth anniversary of Holy Cross College, Worcester, is being celebrated.

Barton '97, has been severely injured and will not be able to play for some time.

Hopkinson and Cambridge Latin played a tie game, 6-6, on Jarvis Field yesterday.

The Columbia and Princeton freshmen elevens will meet November 29 at Williamsbridge.

Bond '94 has been coaching the freshman crew the past week in the absence of D. R. Vail.

Clifford H. Moore '89 is now at the head of the Greek department at Phillips Andover Academy.

The Boston University Hospital is the largest institution under homeopathic management in the world.

The largest library in the world is at Paris. It contains 1,400,000 books, 175,000 manuscripts, 350,000 maps, and 150,000 coins.

The Yale management has adopted the application system for securing seats for the Springfield game. No person can engage more than three seats.

Technology has sent a geological excursion into Western New York for the purpose of collecting fossils and studying their occurrence in strata.

A class for the study of Shakespeare, under the direction of Mr. Curry, has been formed. The membership is limited to ten or twelve. "Julius Caesar" will be read and acted.

The hammer throwing contest in the fall games of the H. A. A. took place yesterday afternoon. The event was won by A. Stickney, Jr., '97, 10 ft.; distance, 84 ft., 9 in. Second, E. Cockrell, scratch; distance, 82 ft., 8 in.

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