Bob Cook is coaching the Yale crew this week.
Yale plays Princeton at Princeton tomorrow.
The Yale-Princeton freshman game will probably be played June 12.
Nicola's nine defeated Thomas' nine yesterday by a score of 22 to 14.
The 'varsity glee club will sing in the yard next Monday evening, May 27.
Prof. Charles F. Smith of Bowdoin has been appointed professor of American history at Yale.
The Idlers defeated the Gasolines Wednesday in a six inning game by score of 18 to 4.
R. W. Herrick, '90, will be an instructor in English at the Institute of Technology next year.
Samuel E. Winslow, '85, has been elected passed not of the newly organized Worcester Athletic Club.
The fifth annual meeting of the Interscholastic Athletic Association will be held Saturday, June 7, on Holmes held under the auspices of the H. A. A.
The B. A. A. nine has been obliged by lack of interest among the members to disband, and tomorrow's game with the Harvard nine has accordingly been given up
The current issue of Harper's Weekly contains an illustrated article on Amherst College. Considerable space is devoted to the new athletic grounds, the gift of Mr. Fred B. Pratt.
The freshman nine practised on Holmes field yesterday afternoon at two under Linn's coaching. Trafford played first, and Soule short-stop. Stone was tried at right-field.
The class of '91 of the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md., have sent an invitation to the class of '91 at Harvard to attend the farewell ball to be given to the graduating class Friday evening June 6, 1890.
Yale beat Brown Wednesday 13 to 1 in an uninteresting game, witnessed by few spectators. Other college games were Tufts 9, Morrill's 21; Colby 9, Bates 7; Phillips, Exeter 11, Prospects of Lawrence 7.
At a meeting of the Conference Francaise last night the following officers were elected for next year: President, C. H. C. Wright, '91; vice-president, A. Sweeny, '90; secretary, W. G. Howard, '91; treasurer, H. Tallant, '91; member of the executive committee, Professor Sumichrast.