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The Monthly will be out to-day.
College faculty meeting this afternoon.
Professor and Mrs. Toy are at present in the Catskills.
A notary public has his office now at Amee's.
This is commencement week at Vassar.
Harvard plays University of Pennsylvania on Holmes this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The rooms for the examination in Mathematics E have been assigned as follows: A-F, Sever 30; G-N, Sever 23; P-W, Sever 24.
The Harvard 'varsity and freshmen crews both took a holiday Saturday and attended the Yale game, the 'varsity leading the cheering.
Nichols, former pitcher on the 'varsity, has had an operation performed on his arm which incapacitates him from playing ball hereafter.
The new members of the CRIMSON board will give a reception at the sanctum this evening at 9.30. Past and present editors will constitute the guests.
At the recent 250th anniversary at Exeter, free wine and beer flowed in the streets, and by a special act of the town council no arrests were made for drunkenness.
James Robinson has been re-engaged as the trainer of the athletic teams of Princeton at an advanced salary, which attests the satisfaction with which his work has been received during the past year.
The managers of the Harvard assemblies have paid the debt of several hundred dollars and have, beside, generously sent a check for one hundred dollars to the manager of the 'varsity crew.
Out of eleven of our best colleges Princeton devotes the largest number of hours to the study of Greek and Latin during the freshman and sophomore years; Columbia to mathematics; Yale and Columbia to English; Yale to German and French.
The trustees of Columbia College, at a recent meeting, accepted the resignation of President F. A. P. Barnard and appointed a committee to consider nominations to fill the vacancy thus created. Professor Henry Drisler was made Acting President. A letter was received from Professor J. M. Sloan of Princeton, declining to accept the Latin professorship at Columbia.
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