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The new base ball cage at Princeton is 180 feet long by 60 feet wide.
Mr. Collier Cobb has recovered from his illness and resumed his classes.
The final examination in engineering 7 will be held on Wednesday, June 4.
The freshman nine will play a practice game with Ninety-one this afternoon.
The Freshman Glee Club give a concert in Eliot Hall. Jamalca Plains, this evening.
There was a cut in Latin 2 yesterday for the men who got A or B in the last examination.
The Deutscher Verein gave a reception in 6 Weld Monday evening to Mr. Newell after his lecture.
Last night I. N. P. Stokes, '91, won in the final bout of the second class fencing contest from A. N. McGeogh, '91.
The H. A. A. are trying to raise by subscription sufficient money to put the Mott Haven team at a training table.
Special efforts are being made by the H. A. A. to send a large delegation to the Berkeley Athletic Club games on May 17th.
Professor A. S. Hill will be in Sever 1 on Wednesday, April 23, at 3 p. m, to meet men intending to try for the Boylston Prizes.
Brown has been refused admission to the New England base ball league. Amherst objected on the ground of Brown's tendency toward professionalism.
At the last meeting of the Chess and Whist Club the following men were elected to membership: C. E. Butler, '90, R. H. Post, '91. A. H. Williams, '91, J. R. Corbin, '92, and H. R. Wadleigh, '92.
Dartmouth college has formed a new tennis association, with only eighteen members. A tournament will be held this spring, and the winners will represent the college in the intercollegiate tournament.
Professor Summer of Yale was taken ill after his political economy recitation Monday, and was found conscious but unable to move. The physicians ascribe the trouble to disordered stomach, and do not consider it at all dangerous.
An election will be held at Memorial to night for president and vice-president of the Harvard Dining Association. H. H. Darling, L. S., has been re-nominated for president, and the following men have been nominate 1 for vice-president: P. Y. DeNormandie, '91, M. D. Follansbee, '92, T. J. Stead, '91.
It is probable that there will be a race between the Bowdoin crew and that of the B. A. A. The race will occur just before the Bowdoin crew goes to Ithaca to row Cornell. The B. A. A. crew is doing some good work in the barge; the new shell has arrived and the crew will soon begin work in it.
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