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Harpers Weekly for this week contains a picture of John.

There will be an examination in History 9 just before vacation.

Subjects for the next theme in French 6 were suggested yesterday.

Of 394 applicants at Memorial this fall, about 160 have been admitted.

The election for Princeton's foot ball captain will be held next week.

Cornell is to have an eight-oared shell of aluminum made in Philadelphia.

A short winter course in Agriculture will be introduced at Cornell this year.

T. Suffern Tailer '89 was one of the managers of the Horse Show in New York.

The new lockers at the gymnasium, about 150 in number, will be ready on Friday.

The Williams College catalogue will not be ready for distribution till the next term.

A new book by Prof. Hill called "The Foundations of Rhetoric" has just appeared.

Last evening the freshman eleven went to "Babes in the Woods" at the Boston Theatre.

Four new courses of lectures are announced by the Department of Biology at Columbia College.

The game between the Princeton Freshmen and University of Pennsylvania '96 has been cancelled.

President Eliot has an article in the December Forum on "Wherein Popular Education has Failed."

The University News of the University of Chicago now has two editors-in-chief and 14 departmental editors.

At the Worlds Fair there will be an exhibition of fraternity badges, magazines and pictures of chapter houses.

An express company, composed of and managed by the students, has been formed at the University of Chicago.

A new bi-monthly paper, the Warton School Bulletin, has just been started at the University of Pennsylvania.

Efforts are being made by the Leland Stanford University to have an eight-oared boat-race every spring with Berkely University.

Ayer '85, for five years a member of the Graduate School, is professor of English and Romance Philology in Wiltenberg College, Springfield, Ohio.

Sixty thousand students this year enjoyed the benefits of the University Extension lectures by Oxford professors. Four thousand of them were artisans.

A general university extension conference will be held at the University of Chicago Dec. 27. Prominent extension workers from all parts of the country will be present.

The senior class of Williams College has elected the following officers: President J. D. Murphy; vice president, H. N. Greene; secretary, C. E. Banker; treasurer, E. M. Long.

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