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F. C. Faulkner, '74, is a successful lawyer at Keene, N. H. He held the rank of colonel on Governor Bell's staff.
President Seelye, of Amherst, refused to testify in the Andover controversy, and the supreme court has ordered him to appear and show cause for his refusal.
A syndicate has purchased 1,000,000 feet of land near the Back Bay park to provide grounds for an open air athletic association. The syndicate intends to build a half-mile bicycle track, a grand stand and base-ball grounds, tennis courts, and everything requisite for all kinds of athletic sports.
Professor C. S. Sargent, of the Arnold Arboretum, editor of "Garden and Forest," is editing the miscellaneous scientific papers of Asa Gray. The first volume, which will appear in the spring, will contain the late professor's reviews of works in botany and related subjects between 1836 and 1887.
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