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Princeton defeated Rutgers College in base ball day before yesterday 35 to 0.
The team which plays at Amherst today is the same that played Williams.
The freshmen beat the juniors 12 to 8 yesterday. Brooks and Crosby pitched for '91.
The 'Varsity team left Cambridge yesterday afternoon and spent last night in Sprinfield.
A resolution has been passed by the Cornell faculty abolishing athletics from the campus, much to the regret of the students.
Nelson, '93, who has been rowing with the 'varsity until recently, has stroked the freshman crew during the past four days.
Members of German 1a are strongly advised by Prof. Bartlett to read a short life of Frederick the Great, outside of the course.
The CRIMSON will post the score of the Amherst game today at Leavitt and Pierce's at the end of the fifth and ninth innings.
Tickets for the freshman glee and banjo club's concert next Monday evening can be obtained only from the freshman crew.
A number of students of the University of Pennsylvania have undertaken to raise money for the establishment of a chair of pedagogy.
It is expected that the Harvard Rowing Club will hold mile races for singles, doubles and fours some time in May on the Charles River Basin.
There will be material changes in the German courses next year. Courses two, three and four will be parallel courses, dealing with Lessing, Schiller, and Goethe respectively.
The instructors in the modern language department intend to start a seminary on the German plan, at which original essays on advanced work will be the subject of discussion.
The annual report of President Dwight, of Yale University, shows total gifts during the year of $716,000; and total gifts since he took the office of president, in July, 1886, of $1,244,390.
At the meeting of the Natural History Society Thursday papers were read by Mr. A. B. Seymour on "The Dissemination of Spores," and by Mr. W. E. Ritter on "Transmissibility of Acquired Characters."
The Yale crew as at present rowing is thus composed: No. 1, Rogers; No. 2, Simms; No. 3, Brewster; No. 4, Hartwell; No. 5, Newell; No. 6, Ferris; No. 7, Ives; No. 8, Allen, stroke. C. C. Gill is coaching the crew every day, but says he will on no account row in any races this year.
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