The final examinations at Cornell occupy only one week.
The first and second foot ball elevens at Columbia will go to work two weeks before college opens in the fall.
Today's issue of The Week's Sport contains another elaborate forecast of the winners at the Mott Haven games.
The annual games of the New England Intercollegiate Athletic Association will be held at Worcester Friday.
Next year Professor Briggs will have charge of Greek 9, the Iiterary course in Aeschylus. Mr. Kittredge will take charge of Latin 6.
There will be no recitation in Greek 1 tomorrow, but Dr, Morgan will be in the room at the usual time to answer any questions about the final examination.
In the tennis match at Dublin between Pettit and Saunders for the championship of the world, Pettit won the first set Monday by a score of 6 to 2. Saunders won the second, third and fourth, 6-1, 6-2, and 6-1. The winner must secure seven out of thirteen sets.