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Woodruff, the Yale foot ball player and ex-captain of the Yale crew, has been secured to coach the foot ball team and crew of the University of Pennsylvania.

Dartmouth seniors have voted to wear the cap and gown at principal exercises of commencement week. About a third of the class were opposed to the innovation.

There is trouble at Ann Arbor between the faculty and the law students, because a certain student takes down the lectures in shorthand and disposes of copies among his classmates.

Rev. Phillip S. Maxom, D. D., pastor of the Commonwealth Avenue Baptist Church Society, has received an offer from the theological department of the University of Chicago.

At the dinner of the Yale Alumni Association last Friday, Mr. Allen, president of the Association, expressed the wish that Harvard would always be a close second to Yale in all athletic contests.

The survivors of the class of 1842, the largest ever graduated from Dartmouth College, are preparing to celebrate their semi-centennial at Hanover during next commencement week. On graduating, the class numbered eighty-six, and forty-nine have died.

The physical department of Amherst, under Dr. Edward Hitchcock, has compiled anthropometric tables, under fifty-five items, of the average measurements of bodies, proportions and tests of strength obtained during the college years 1861-2 to 1889-90 from the study of nearly eight thousand Amherst students from 17 to 21 years of age.

The '93 Princeton "Bric-a-Brac" has just been published. The frontispiece is a picture of Prof. Charles A. Young, the astronomer. There are also portraits of Henry C. Lamar '86, Frederick Brokaw; Edgar Allen Poe, captain of the victorious '89 foot ball team and C. C. Dana captain of last year's championship base ball nine. Pictures of the eleven, the nine, track athletes, musical, gymnastic, lawn tennis, and eating clubs are also given.

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