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The annual meeting of the Pierian will be held tomorrow night.
The freshman nine will start for New Haven tomorrow afternoon.
Vassar celebrates today the twenty-fifth anniversary of her foundation.
The full text of Mr. Henry L. Higginson's speech can be found in yesterday's Boston Post.
Michigan, Cornell, Northwestern, and Oberlin, have formed an interstate oratorical association.
W. Alexander, L. S., will accompany the freshman nine to New Haven to give examinations to some members of the team Saturday.
It is said that Sherrill of Yale, who was so badly hurt at the race on Travers Island last Saturday, will have to give up running.
The Yale Corporation have decided to lengthen the summer vacation by one week. College will open this year on Sept. 25, instead of on the 18th as usual.
A. A. Jordan, of the New York Athletic Club, won the all-round championship of the United States on the grounds of the Staten Island Athletic Club Tuesday afternoon.
The following men have been elected members of the Historical Society from '91: Baker, Burlingham, Burnett, Davis, Detrich, Harrison, Morgan, Parsons and Woodworth.
Through a typographical error the Crimson stated yesterday that the Harvard Portfolio would contain photographs of twenty-five members of the senior class. The number should have been two hundred and fifty.
Brown defeated Yale Tuesday by a score of 9 to 8, in a very exciting teninning game. Stagg was batted freely. His support was excellent, but of no use against the safe hitting. Woodcock pitched a suburb game.
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